Provided by RDJ LLP
RDJ's employment law team has wide ranging experience on all contentious and non-contentious issues, providing advice on employment matters such as industrial relations, trade union, equality and discrimination and stress claims. The team has extensive experience in representation before the Employment Appeals Tribunal, Labour Relations Commission and before the Courts.
The firm advises a wide range of private companies, public companies and key sectors such as medical, education, pharmaceutical, retail and construction on all aspects of Irish and European employment law. Significantly, they advise both unionised and non-unionised businesses.
RDJ is unique in the Irish legal market in being able to offer national coverage of the market through locations in Cork, Dublin and Galway.
Ronan Daly Jermyn dominates the Cork market and has a significant presence in Galway. The law firm demonstrates strong experience in employment disputes concerning discrimination and equality claims, unfair dismissals and injunctive relief. The team includes practitioners experienced in data protection matters and GDPR compliance. The firm also handles employment law issues related to transactions, such as TUPE considerations and collective redundancies. It advises employers across a wide range of sectors, with a particular focus on the healthcare, technology and education spheres.
- Ronan Daly Jermyn assisted Poppulo, an Irish communication software company, with the employment issues arising in relation to the merger with Four Winds Interactive.
Jennifer Cashman has a top reputation in the market and an impressive track record in contentious employment mandates, including discrimination claims, grievance processes and sexual harassment investigations. One client attests: "Jennifer is an accomplished and experienced legal practitioner whose judgement I respect, and who brings business acumen to all our conversations and the advice provided."
David McCarroll handles protected disclosure issues, temporary wage subsidy schemes and senior executive exits. An interviewee describes him as "a very responsive lawyer who understands the different perspectives of different stakeholders."