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Brexit Update - Ireland and UK Governments confirm commitment to Common Travel Area

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - May 14 2019 On Wednesday, 8 May 2019, a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations was achieved when both the Irish and UK Governments entered a Memorandum of...

Gerry Beausang.

Recent changes to immigration law help to address skills shortages across certain Irish industry sectors

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - April 25 2019 There have been three recent developments in the area of corporate immigration which will improve access for foreign workers to the Irish labour...

Brexit - Immigration, Employment & Pensions

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - April 25 2019 Critical issues for employers to consider: Right to work: Due diligence is required to ensure, post-Brexit, that employees have the appropriate...

Gerry Beausang.

New Labour Court Rules clarify procedures for service users

Ireland - March 14 2019 On 21 January 2019, the Labour Court Rules 2019 (2019 Rules) came into effect, revoking and replacing the Labour Court (Employment Rights Enactments)...

Countdown to Brexit - Immigration, Employment & Pensions

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - March 12 2019 With 29 March fast approaching, the ByrneWallace Brexit team address various issues which will impact upon businesses either trading with or through...

Gerry Beausang, Liam Connellan.