Driven by evolving client needs, we opened an office in Dublin to ensure that we can deliver consistent and expert advice, especially post Brexit. Through this, we are able to leverage our in-depth sector knowledge, providing our clients with confidence in the legal services they receive across the UK and the EU.
Our team of dual and Irish qualified lawyers and trade mark attorneys support UK, EU and Irish companies looking to do business in Ireland and the UK in the following areas:
We can also use our knowledge of the Irish market to assist with matters involving property, corporate and tax.
Further information on our Irish employment, workplace data privacy and business immigration services is available here.
Further information on the services provided by our Belfast office are available here.
Mathew Forde writes on the opportunities and risks of Generative AI for retailers in Retail News10 August 2023
AI offers exciting opportunities for retailers and consumers alike, but retailers will also need to address the associated risks. In this article Mathew Forde examines the issue of generative AI and identifies the opportunities and risks for retailers and consumers.
Laura Ensor and Linda Hynes discuss what the Work Life Balance Act means for Employers in June’s edition of Retail News30 June 2023
Laura Ensor and Linda Hynes report on the introduction of the new Work Life Balance and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2023 and provide some practical advice for employers in the retail sector on the steps they need to take in preparation for the commencement of the Act.
Irish Data Protection Commission Issues Guidance for Employers15 June 2023
In this two-part series, Linda Hynes, partner in the Employment, Immigration and Reward team of Lewis Silkin Ireland, sets out what employers need to take away from the recent DPC guidance. The first in the series looks at the Data Protection in the Workplace: Employer Guidance.
What’s happening in immigration in Ireland in 202324 January 2023
The Employment Permits Bill 2022 promises to make the permit system more responsive to Ireland’s evolving labour market. We look at how proposals under the Bill, and other recent developments, will impact on workplace planning and operations for employers.
Gender pay gap reporting in Ireland – regulations finally published06 June 2022
The government published the gender pay gap reporting regulations setting out the detail of the reporting obligations under the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 on 3 June 2022.
Gender pay gap reporting in Ireland – new guidance published12 May 2022
The Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth has finally published some details on how employers will have to calculate their gender pay gap statistics.
Managing your workforce across NI and RoI12 October 2021
Please join us on 12 October for our webinar on how to deal with the challenges that arise in managing employees who work on both sides of the border between Ireland /Northern Ireland (often in the same team) including: