When making a will, a very important consideration is who you trust to take care of your affairs after your death. In a straightforward case, this will be the person to extract a grant of probate and distribute the assets of the estate to the beneficiaries. The responsible person (or persons) is known as the executor or executrix.Continue reading
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The European Union (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations came into law in December 2022, and makes a number of changes to employment relationships. One such change relates to the statement of terms provided to the employee on or within five days of their commencing work.Continue reading
Many foreign companies operate in Ireland. There is substantial state support for foreign direct investment, and Ireland has a famously low corporation tax rate. It is English speaking and common-law, and Dublin in particular has a full range of professional services for international businesses. Ireland is a very good place to do business, and it is not particularly difficult to begin operating here.Continue reading
Fitzsimons Redmond LLP are delighted to become signatories to and to champion the Bar of Ireland’s Equitable Briefing Policy. The policy aligns with our own values of equality and fairness.
The European Union (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations came into law in December 2022, and makes a number of changes to employment contracts. One significant change is in relation to probationary periods.Continue reading
As we approach the new St Brigid’s Day public holiday, we take the opportunity to remind employers of the obligations that arise around public holidays.Continue reading
The European Union (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations came into law in December 2022, and makes a number of changes to employment contracts. One such change is in relation to exclusivity clauses; clauses preventing an employee from working in parallel for another employer.Continue reading
Fitzsimons Redmond LLP partner, Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty has recently been appointed by the Minister for Justice to the Classification of Films Appeals Board for a five year term. The appeals board meets to determine any appeal of decisions by the Director of Film Classification, and its decision is final.
Buying a company involves asking all the right questions in order to grasp the full picture of what you are buying. Selling a company involves answering a lot of questions, and being prepared to rectify any defects that are uncovered in the due diligence process.Continue reading