Senior Associate, Dublin Office
Sinead is a Senior Associate, practising as part of the Employment Law Team. She has significant advisory experience providing prompt practical employment advice to employers and HR practitioners on areas such as employee benefits, grievance and disciplinary processes, redundancy and restructuring processes, dismissals, Covid-19 related issues, health and safety and GDPR issues. She takes a hands-on approach when dealing with clients with an emphasis on mitigating risk. She has advised across a range of sectors from retail and manufacturing to biotech, outsourcing and start-ups.
Sinead has a strong background dealing with contentious matters and regularly represents employers before the Workplace Relations, Labour Court and High Court in a variety of disputes to include misconduct dismissals and redundancies.
Sinead has experience drafting, tailoring and updating employment contracts, policies and handbooks for clients to address their specific needs. She also develops bespoke training sessions for clients on topical issues impacting on their businesses.
Sinead also works with our corporate team in completing due diligence projects and addressing employment and TUPE issues at various stages from tenders to post completion queries.
National University of Ireland, Galway (B.Comm,) (LLB)
QMW College, London (LLM in Int. Comm Law)
Law Society of Ireland (Diploma in Employment law)
Law Society of Ireland (Certificate in Data Protection law)
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