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- The Irish Examiner http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/employees-terrified-of-telling-bosses-theyre-pregnant-453421.html Irish Examiner
- The Journal http://www.thejournal.ie/beauty-therapist-unfair-dismissal-3464840-Jun2017/
- Irish Times http://www.irishtimes.com/business/work/woman-told-pregnancy-her-own-problem-before-losing-job-1.3134725 Irish Times
- Irish Times http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/employers-who-discriminate-should-be-identified-1.3047969
- Irish Times http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/woman-sacked-after-telling-boss-of-pregnancy-awarded-30-000-1.3004613 Richard Grogan comments on a recent pregnancy dismissal
- The Sun https://www.thesun.ie/news/690634/seafood-restaurant-boss-sacked-woman-who-was-six-months-pre Richard Grogan comments on a recent pregnancy dismissal
- The Journal http://www.thejournal.ie/woman-sacked-pregnant-3279944-Mar2017/ Richard Grogan comments on a recent pregnancy dismissal
- Irish Times – “Can I be drunk at work? And if not,how can they tell” Irish Times Saturday 25th February 2017 . Article by Patrick Freyne where Richard Grogan of this firm is quoted extensively on this health and safety issue http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/food-and-drink/can-i-be-drunk-at-work-and-if-not-how-can-they-tell-1.2988225?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
- The Phoenix January 27th 2017, Workplace Relations Commission “grinding to a halt” – quote by Richard Grogan SKM_28717013013200
- Irish Legal News – SKM_28716120911250 Coverage of a case we won in the High Court
- The Irish Times 03/11/2016 Threat to punish striking Gardai is an empty one http://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/garda-chief-s-threat-to-discipline-strikers-is-an-empty-one-1.2852329
- The Irish Times 02/11/2016 Threat to discipline 12,000 Gardai is empty and unrealistic http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/threat-to-discipline-12-000-garda%C3%AD-is-empty-and-unrealistic-1.2851864
- Irish Legal News Just a Minute: Richard Grogan quoted Irish Legal News Article
- Irish Legal News Article 08/09/2016 Richard Grogan quoted http://www.irishlegal.com/5255/employment-lawyer-warns-pregnancy-related-dismissal-figures-are-soaring/
- Irish Independent 08/09/2016 Richard Grogan quoted http://www.independent.ie/business/epidemic-of-pregnancyrelated-dismissals-in-our-workplaces-35031722.html
- Irish Examiner 08/09/2016 Richard Grogan quoted https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/pregnancy-related-dismissal-at-work-hits-epidemic-levels-419863.html&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwjf6OeTkILPAhVJmBoKHb-DCN4QFggRMAQ&client=internal-uds-cse&usg=AFQjCNEHpeXwhyY8nl5ELcbhZvMp6V5E8w
- Recent Interview with Richard Grogan and the Dublin Inquirer http://dublininquirer.com/2015/09/22/unpaid-work-trials-exploitative-and-inescapable/
- Irish Times 19th June 2015
- New Irish Low Low Pay Low Hours and Low Security Irish Independent Weekend Review 11/04/2015
- Extract from IRN News 5 February 2015 Covering Seminar Given by Richard Grogan
- An unfair disadvantage for migrant workers? | Irish Examiner
- The Parchment – Tax and WRC Decisions – A Disaster Zone SKM 1817071212200
- The Parchment Spring 2017 – Civil Liability (Amendment) Bill 2017
- The Parchment Spring 2017 – Bringing claims to the WRC – Be Wary
- Review of DSBA Employment Law Seminar
- Dublin Solicitors Bar Association publication, The Parchment Autumn 2016 Time Limit for Appeals to The Labour Court
- Traps in Unfair Dismissal Cases – The Parchment – Spring 2016
- Holiday Pay and Overtime – Parchment Summer 2015
- Dublin Solicitors Bar Association – The Parchment – Keep on Trucking December 2014
- The Parchment –Dublin Solicitors Bar Association Publication Traps for those bringing claims and tips for those defending – Autumn 2014
- Claiming Unfair Dismissal and Redundancy Simultaneously Published in the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association publication The Parchment Summer 2014. The article is available to read here or can be viewed on the DSBA website www.dsba.ie in the section Parchment Summer 2014.
- Budget 2014
- Employers watch for the pitfalls– The Parchment
- Law Society Gazette – August / September 2012 Wages of Sin – an article dealing with the National Minimum Wage Act. www.legalperiodicals.org/disp.php?pub=law+society….yr…t…
- Lay – Off my Case
Law Society Gazette January / February 2011. www.lawsociety.ie/documents/gazette/…/january/february2011.pdf
- Tips and Traps in Bringing and defending Claims before the Workplace Relations Commission and the Labour Court
- Taxation of Law Awards and Settlements Wicklow Bar 1 March 2017
- Workplace Relations Act 2015 Presented to Skillnet Meeting 18th November 2016
- Workplace Relations Act 2015 – 18 November 2016
- The Workplace Relations Act 2015 Law Society Skillnet Meeting
- The Workplace Relations Act 2015 Law Society Skillnet Meeting 13 May 2016
- The Workplace Relations Act 2015 Law Society Skillnet Meeting Appendices 13 May 2016
- The Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 – An Overview of the Act and Case Law 12 May 2016
- The New Workplace Relations Dispute Resolution Procedures Practical Issues of Bringing and Defending Claims – November 2015
- The Taxation of Employment Law Awards and Settlements updated on 20 October 2015
- The Practical Aspects of Presenting and Defending Working Time Claims from a Practitioners Perspective
- The Employment Law Association of Ireland website version ELAI Lecture Note 2/2/2015 Zero Hour Contracts
- In November 2015 the University of Limerick issued “A Study on the prevalence of Zero Hour Contracts among Irish Employers and their Impact on Employees”. Richard Grogan of this firm was acknowledged for his input and assistance with the study. In addition the paper presented by Richard Grogan on 28th November 2014 being a joint seminar of the Southern Law Association and the Employment Law Association of Ireland is acknowledged in the references which the research team referred to. A copy of the study is attached. Consultation-Document–UL-Study-Zero-Hour-Contracts-Low-Hour-Contracts
Lecture Notes and Articles available in hard copy only directly from us
- Personal Planning for High Net Worth Mobile Executives – CPA / EMEA Conference in Lisbon
- There is no right to Payment of Wages during Lay-Off – The Fallacy Exposed
Irish Employment Law Journal Spring 2011.
- Appeals – Getting it all wrong
Law Society Gazette January / February 2011.
- 23 June 2010, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
- February 2009 Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
- The Labour Relations Commission – How to use it in Practice and How it can be Used – Prejudices and Misconceptions
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Roscommon Bar Association.
- Drafting of Wills – a Practical Guide for avoiding Negligence
The Law Society of Ireland and STEP Ireland.
- Employing Foreign Workers
Chartered Institute of Personal and Development.
- Tax Issues for Successors
Tips and Traps – Central Law Training Ireland.
- Contracts of Employment – Back to Basics
CIPD Annual Conference.
- “Irish Trusts Opportunities and Pitfalls”
- References – Watch Your Back Referee
Commercial Law Practitioner.
- Handing over Control of the Family Firm
Irish Tax Review.
- Emigration – a Taxing Matter
Law Society Gazette.
- Acquisition of a Minority Share Holding in a Private Company – CAT Implications
Commercial Law Practitioner
- Pay in lieu of Notice – A headache for employers
Commercial Law Practitioners
- Is the Revenue Jumping on the Compo Bandwagon
Law Society Gazette
- Section 117 TEA 1997 – Re-visited
A Compensation Nightmare – Institute of Taxation
- Fine damage to Commercial Business
Commercial Law Practitioner
- Tax and Legal Issues relating to Estate Planning
- Drink, Drugs, and Employment Law
- Force Majeure Leave
- What are Words Worth
Law Society Gazette
- Hiring and Firing
CIPD Annual Conference
- The Problem of Diversity – Estate Planning for Clients with Foreign assets
- Tax Clearance Certificate and Property Transactions
Commercial Law Practitioner
- Estate Planning for High Net Worth Individuals
Central Law Training.
- Just Fooling Around-Irish Independent Oct 2 2008. www.independent.ie/lifestyle/ie/just-fooling-around-26481430html
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