Dublin car dealer ordered to give salesman job back after he was let go ‘because of Covid restrictions’
Complainant argued there was “no attempt” made to keep him employed despite government pandemic aid provided to employers during lockdown
The Court of Appeal has increased to €218,000 a €189,000 award over injuries to a supermarket supervisor when a steel girder fell on her leg in the store.
Jay Bourke’s personal insolvency practitioner ‘fell below appropriate ethical standards’, judge finds
A judge has sharply criticised Jay Bourke’s personal insolvency practitioner for providing misleading information to creditors during a failed bid to secure a €12.2m debt write-off for the well-known publican and restaurateur.
Man accused of calling a security guard the ‘N’ word after being asked to fix his face mask loses discrimination case
A man who was denied entry to a supermarket after refusing to cover his mouth and nose with a face mask has had his claim that he was discriminated against on grounds of disability dismissed by the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).
Personal Injuries Assessment Board did not need to provide further reasoning for how it conducted its assessment, judge finds
Personal Injuries Assessment Board hopes ruling will lead to more cases resolved without litigation
The Government and the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) have welcomed a High Court judgment that rejected a legal challenge to the Personal Injuries Guidelines.
A bodybuilding garda who withdrew two separate personal injury claims after video was played in the High Court showing her lifting weights exceeding 40kg.
A man who sued over a five-month delay in diagnosing his brain tumour when he was a teenager has settled his High Court action for more than €6m.
We love to travel, and so does our data – or rather, companies want to send our data around the world. A look on the international transfer of personal data and notes that new standard contractual clauses have increased due-diligence obligations on data exporters.