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General Data Protection Regulation

By: Treasa Howell
Posted on: 25-May-2018
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New Data laws came into force in Ireland and Europe on the 25th May 2018.

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New Rules for Workplace Disputes

By: Treasa Howell
Posted on: 10-Dec-2015
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The Workplace Relations Act 2015 makes a number of changes to how workplace disputes are handled and to which bodies look after them. It aims to bring work done by a range of bodies under one umbrella. It takes over some of the roles of the Labour Relations Commission, the Equality Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal, among others. The new Workplace Relations Commission was established in October 2015 and one of its functions is to streamline services for people involved in workplace disputes.

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The New Marriage Equality Law - What You Need to Know

By: Treasa Howell
Posted on: 04-Dec-2015
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Marriage equality has just been signed into law and the first same sex civil marriage ceremonies are underway. What does the new law mean for LGBT couples and their families? Can a civil partnership automatically be turned into a marriage? How does the law affect partnerships from abroad? How do you apply to marry? Howell & Co. Solicitors, experts in family and civil law, answer a few of the questions people are asking.

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New Rules for Landlords and Tenants Explained

By: Treasa Howell
Posted on: 04-Dec-2015
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There has been a lot of discussion about the rental crisis in Ireland in recent months. In November 2015, the government announced the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill, to deal with rising rents and to give new rules to landlords and tenants. There’s a lot in the new bill, so here at Howell & Co. Solicitors we thought we’d give you a run down on some of the main points to help you find your way through the maze of landlord/tenant rights.

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