At Paul W. Keogh LLP  Solicitors we have noticed the explosive level of growth in employment legislation and cases in Ireland over the last decade. Employment Law is constantly changing and evolving and many employers and employees are seeking specialist employment law solicitors in this regard.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on how we work and is likely to lead to lasting changes in remote working and hybrid or mixed ways of working from home and office in the future.

We can advise you and provide you with top level employment law advice including:

  • Preparing, drafting and negotiating contracts of employment, Company Handbooks and workplace policies and procedures.

  • Advising on all aspects of employment equality and discrimination in the workplace.

  • Advising on all aspects of bullying, harassment, sexual harassment and workplace stress claims.

  • Advising on all aspects of individual and collective redundancies and workforce reduction including selection criteria and alternatives such as layoff, short time and redeployment.

  • Advising on the employment law implications of mergers and acquisitions/business transfers including compliance with the Transfer of Undertaking Regulations or “TUPE”.

  • Advising and providing guidance and direction on grievance and disciplinary matters in the workplace.

  • Conducting and advising on workplace investigations in relation to bullying and harassment, sexual harassment, misconduct or other work related issues.

  • Advising clients on all aspects of health and safety in the workplace to include but not limited to exposure on potential claims before the Workplace Relations Commission and Civil Courts.

  • Providing advice on all aspects of immigration law in Ireland.

  • Provision of training seminars and presentations online or at client premises (if required) on all aspects of employment law and related matters.

  • Providing legal “audit” (risk limitation) services for employment and workplace liability issues including advice in relation to the National Employment Rights Authority (“NERA”).

  • Representation before the Workplace Relations Commission, the Labour Court and Civil Courts including the District, Circuit and High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.