Arthur Cox Employment Law Yearbook 2020



Published: 11-03-2021

Edition: 1st

ISBN: 9781526513632


This annual Irish publication contains selected case notes and materials relevant to employment law. Practitioners need to be up to date and this annual publication provides that service. By being selective, and having that selection carried out by experienced lawyers, practitioners are kept up to date by having access to the most prominent and important cases and legislation pertaining to the previous 12 months.

Comprises of:

Irish law - decisions of the Superior Courts, Labour Court, Equality Tribunal, EAT and WRC;
Irish legislation and statutory instruments;
English law so far as relevant;
EU law - ECJ decisions and relevant Directives/Regulations;
Other material such as annual reports of employment bodies.




Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Contract of Employment
Chapter 3: Data Protection
Chapter 4: Employment Equality
Chapter 5: Employment-Related Torts
Chapter 6: European Union Law
Chapter 7: Fixed-Term Work
Chapter 8: Freedom of Information
Chapter 9: Health and Safety
Chapter 10: Human Rights
Chapter 11: Immigration
Chapter 12: Industrial Relations
Chapter 13: Injunctions
Chapter 14: Insolvency
Chapter 15: Legislation
Chapter 16: Litigation
Chapter 17: Part-Time Work
Chapter 18: Partnership Law
Chapter 19: Pensions
Chapter 20: Protective Leave
Chapter 21: Public Servants
Chapter 22: Redundancy
Chapter 23: Reforms
Chapter 24: Taxation Relating to Employment
Chapter 25: Temporary Agency Work
Chapter 26: Transfer of Undertakings
Chapter 27: Unfair Dismissals
Chapter 28: Wages
Chapter 29: Whistleblowing
Chapter 30: Working Time
Chapter 31: Employment Mediation




“This book ticks all the boxes for lawyers specialising in employment law or for HR professionals or trade-union officials who need to reference the area. It includes: Decisions of the Irish courts, including the Labour Court, the Equality Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal, Irish legislative developments, British common law and legislative developments, decisions of the European Court of Justice, decisions of the European Court of Human Rights, European legislative reform and relevant directives/regulations, Data protection and freedom of information developments, and Decisions listed in other area of law that complement the employment law arena, such as pensions, taxation, privacy and data protection law selected by experienced lawyers in those fields.” –  Conall Bergin, Law Society Gazette

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