Since the establishment of the firm in 1988, employment law has been one of the firm’s core services.
Our success is due to the strength of the relationships we develop with our clients, combined with the quality of our lawyers. Our lawyers comprise a strongly motivated team with a practical ‘hands-on’ and commercial approach, which we believe sets us apart. This translates into accessible and decisive input and client focused solutions.
Our team advises domestic and multinational large-scale employers on all aspects of employment law, both contentious and non-contentious. We advise on all aspects of employment from recruitment to the termination of the employment relationship. Our employment team also regularly provides support to the firm’s business department in mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructurings.
Our team has acted in a large number of employment disputes involving directors and shareholders and has featured in many contentious employment matters, including litigation related to unfair/wrongful dismissal, redundancy, employment injunctions, restrictive covenants, discrimination, harassment and work-related stress claims.
We act for many prestigious Irish and international clients in all industry sectors and continue to feature in many high-profile employment, pensions and employee benefit matters.
Pensions and Employee Benefits
The firm provides expert advice on all aspects of the law and practice of pensions and employee benefits in Ireland including providing advice on establishing and running pension schemes, advising trustees of pension schemes on the exercise of their discretions and fiduciary duties, designing benefit arrangements and exit mechanisms and establishing share plans that are capable of operating in a global context. In addition, we are well respected in the resolution of all contentious aspects of pensions and employee benefits including acting in pensions and employee benefits related litigation.
Articles by the Employment, Pensions and Employee Benefits team regularly feature on Legal-Island’s Employment Law Hub.