How do you challenge Facebook after they refuse to take down offending and illegal material? I am sure this is already a common problem for people and one the will only increase as social media and the internet invades our … Continue reading
There has been a recent case which has caused a massive change in Employment Law practice that all employers (and employees) should be aware of. Richard Grogan has written an excellent article about this change for HR professionals and lawyers, … Continue reading
There has recently been a significant change in criminal law in Ireland that affects us all. Even if you are not a “criminal” it is an important change for anyone who is questioned by the Gardai.
There has recently been a lot of discussion about possible changes to the family law system here in Ireland. One recent change is the introduction of reporting of family law matters which should be interesting as this practice develops.
The Personal Insolvency Act 2012 is complicated and may be cumbersome to apply. Only time will tell if it’s numerous provisions and procedures are feasible, but I suppose at best it is an attempt to try and balance some of … Continue reading
It was announced this week the Ombudsman (Amendment) Act 2012 had passed the final stage in the Dáil. There is an interesting development as it extends the power of the Ombudsman’s Office to cover a number of further government departments. … Continue reading