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Disability Discrimination – Supreme Court clarifies the test for reasonable accommodation

Employment Law

Disability Discrimination – Supreme Court clarifies the test for reasonable accommodation

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Blockchain: Building Trust in a Trustless System?

Banking

Blockchain: Building Trust in a Trustless System?

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Exaggerated & Fraudulent Claims – A Step In The Right Direction?

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Exaggerated & Fraudulent Claims – A Step In The Right Direction?

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School’s out for Summer – A Guide to Employee Annual Leave Entitlements in Ireland

Employment Law

School’s out for Summer – A Guide to Employee Annual Leave Entitlements in Ireland

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The Supreme Court reaffirms the importance of discovery

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

The Supreme Court reaffirms the importance of discovery

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Additional Parental Leave for Irish Parents – The Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019

Employment Law

Additional Parental Leave for Irish Parents – The Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019

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Bill for mandatory reporting of maternal and perinatal deaths passed

Healthcare

Bill for mandatory reporting of maternal and perinatal deaths passed

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The First Line of Defence – The National Vetting Bureau and the Use of Joint Agreements

Employment Law

The First Line of Defence – The National Vetting Bureau and the Use of Joint Agreements

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Returning to work from sick leave

Employment Law

Returning to work from sick leave

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Putting Policies to the Test

Employment Law

Putting Policies to the Test

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RDJ advises West Cork Distillers on buyout

RDJ advised West Cork Distillers (WCD) on its buyout of the majority stake in the business held by the UK-based Halewood group.

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RDJ advises on the sale of Half Moon Street development to Kennedy Wilson

RDJ advised O’Callaghan Properties on the sale of the Half Moon Street office and retail development in Cork to global real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson.

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RDJ advises Inhance Technology on its sale to Blancco Technology Group

RDJ advised in respect of the sale of Cork-based YouGetBack Limited, trading as Inhance Technology to data erasure and mobile device diagnostics firm, Blancco Technology Group (LON: BLTG) in a multimillion-euro deal.

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RDJ advises on landmark property deal

RDJ are advising O'Callaghan Properties (OCP) on the acquisition of 31 acres on Cork City’s South Docklands. The deal will pave the way for game changing developments in the Cork Docklands area.

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RDJ Private Client practice ranked by Chambers HNW 2019

RDJ has been ranked as a leading firm in Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) 2019.

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RDJ advises investment fund on its acquisition of Harvey’s Point Hotel

RDJ advised Strategic Capital Investment Fund (SCIF) on its acquisition of the luxury 4 star Harvey’s Point Hotel, Co. Donegal.

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