Consumer Rights Law to be overhauled

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD announced this week that a new Consumer Rights Bill which is being published for consultation represents "the most far reaching reform of consumer law in decades".A full copy of the press release is available here. Amongst the new rights to [...]

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High Court reaffirms meaning of “Public Servants” under FEMPI (No.2) Act

The recent case of Damhnaic Nic Bhradaig and the Employment Appeals Tribunal [2014 No. 423 MCA) concerned a new point of law brought under Section 7(4)(b) of the Payment of Wages Act 1991 concerning a decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal with regard to the applicability of the Financial Emergency [...]