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Supreme Court outlines important test case for complaints to the WRC and finds in favour of person dismissed from job

Posted in News on 9th April 2021

The court held that some provisions of the 2015 Workplace Relations Act are repugnant to the constitution. The Supreme Court found that placing an complete ban on employment disputes being heard in public is unconstitutional. The court ruled on an appeal brought by a Polish man who brought a...

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The Supreme Court has made the decision to implement a new procedure in relation to revoking Irish Citizenship.

Posted in News on 16th February 2021

This new procedure will be aimed at providing ‘appropriate safeguards’ for persons who will suffer harsh ramifications as a result of their citizenship rights being revoked by the Minister. It has been suggested that an independent decision-maker will be involved in the new procedure. The order has yet to...

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New Scheme for Undocumented Migrants to be introduced by Government

Posted in News on 27th January 2021

A new scheme for undocumented migrants is being considered by the Minister for Justice. Under the proposed scheme, it could see over 17,000 people’s status being regularised, 3,000 of which are children. Although the scheme is not yet fully formulated, the government hopes to publish a policy document early...

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Revocation of Citizenship

Posted in News on 25th January 2021

Supreme Court hears from IHREC on citizenship In light of the decision in Charaf Damache v The Minister for Justice and Equality in October 2020, the Supreme Court will decide whether Ireland’s law on of the revocation of citizenship is unconstitutional. The Respondent, an Algerian national, was provided with...

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Man Jailed for Ten and a Half Years in Ireland’s First Conviction for Coercive Control

Posted in News on 25th January 2021

A man has been jailed for ten and a half years for repeatedly assaulting and coercively controlling his former partner of 20 months over an extended period of time. This landmark decision marks the first time a jury has found anyone guilty of coercive control since the offence was...

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