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Munster Employment Law Masterclass Series 2020

AUTHOR(S): Bryan Dunne, Niall Pelly, Russell Rochford, Geraldine Carr, Deirdre Crowley, Deirdre Cummins
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Employment, Pensions and Benefits
DATE: 20.01.2020

Following the success of the Matheson Employment Law Masterclass Series last year, we are delighted to announce our seminar dates for 2020.

Three more sessions will be presented on a monthly basis by top tier specialists from our Employment, Pensions and Benefits Group and will give an insight into workplace challenges and how to best manage them.

The sessions will also provide an opportunity to allow you to discuss growing trends and current issues with your peers across industry sectors.

If you are interested in attending, please contact a member of our Employment, Pensions and Benefits Group or email the Matheson Events team.

Employment Masterclass Series Schedule 2020

Date Venue Topic
23 January 2020 Páirc Uí Chaoimh How to Manage Disciplinary Processes and Tips for Employers to Mitigate Risks on Termination of Employment
20 February 2020 Páirc Uí Chaoimh Workplace Investigations
and Protected Disclosures
12 March 2020 Páirc Uí Chaoimh WRC Inspections and GDPR
and Pensions Issues for Employers
23 April 2020 Páirc Uí Chaoimh Common Pitfalls in Redundancy
and Reorganisation


CPD accreditation will be available at all seminars.

Please note there will be free parking available at the venue.

Matheson is the law firm of choice for internationally focused companies and financial institutions doing business in and from Ireland.

Read more about our Employment, Pensions and Benefits Group.

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