At the eighth annual Irish Law Awards at the Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge, we were the only Wexford firm to be shortlisted. On the night, we were successful in picking up the award for Excellence and Innovation in Client Services in Leinster.
A number of changes to parental leave are due to take place in 2019 and 2020. These include:
On May 24th, we will be asked to vote on a proposal to change the Constitution of Ireland in relation to divorce.
A recent report carried out by PricewaterhouseCooper revealed that Irish Family Firms are putting themselves at risk by not having formal succession plans in place.
2019 promises to be a great year here at JAS! Just before Christmas, we had our annual audit by The Institute of Legal Research and Standards. Once again, we were successful in achieving an exceptional overall rating of 99%. We excelled in all areas of the rigorous audit and so were again, awarded a Gold Q6000 Certificate.
Our office in Enniscorthy will close at 3pm on Friday, 21st of December and reopen at 9am on Monday, 7th of January.
Soon, Gardaí will be able to use handheld devices to instantly tell whether a vehicle is insured.
New rules on drink-driving took effect from midnight last Thursday which will automatically disqualify any motorists who are found to have consumed alcohol.
29th October – 4th November
Many valuable lessons for business owners can be taken from the case below that appeared before the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) recently. At John A Sinnott Solicitors, we always stress to business owners the importance of having procedures in place, communicating these procedures and documenting everything.
We are currently recruiting for an experienced legal secretary. Read the details here.
At John A. Sinnott and Co. Solicitors, we act for property owners and tenants. Always, our most important piece of advice for both parties is to:
Do you need to use a trailer for your work or farm? The laws regarding what you can tow depend on the towing capacity of your vehicle, the load-carrying capacity of the trailer and the type of licence you hold.
The Supreme Court recently heard a case, which according to the Judge involved, ‘will set the benchmark for workplace bullying going forward.’ In essence, the outcome of this case was the establishment of a higher threshold which needs to be met in order to define workplace bullying.
Many people choose to live together in relationships without getting married or entereing into civil partnerships. But what happens when these relationships end - either by death of one person or by choosing to separate. Do people have the same rights as married people?