News & Insights

June 2017

Caveat Employer: Allegations of Bullying Lead to Review of Fair Procedures in Pre-disciplinary Investigations

The recent High Court decision of Lyons v Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board1 has put both legal advisors and employers on notice of a potential overhaul of the rules governing internal procedures in the workplace when instigating pre-disciplinary investigations against an employee into allegations of bullying.
June 2017

Central Bank Credit Register

This concise legal update on the new Central Credit Register is of equal interest to Consumers, Lending Institutions and Businesses.
June 2017

New Discovery Checklist

In a recent High Court Case, a helpful checklist was identified by Mr Justice Max Barrett to aid the court in considering a request for discovery; this should come as a welcome development for litigation practitioners and their clients.
May 2017

Is it always better to ask forgiveness than permission?

A couple in Navan have recently been ordered to demolish their Family Home after building the house in spite of being refused planning permission by the Meath County Council
December 2016

Gore & Grimes are delighted to announce the appointment of Darragh O’Dea as a partner in our corporate department

May 2016

Fraudulent Transfers and Section 74 of the Land Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009

This paper sets out the law regarding the reversal of asset transfers that are deemed to be fraudulent and how this legislation is currently applied by the judiciary.
April 2016

Gore & Grimes are delighted to announce the appointment of new property and commercial litigation partners, Keith McConnell and Helena Walsh