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KOD Lyons News2021-11-26T13:58:57+00:00

Blowing the Whistle: Six Key Recent Changes to Protected Disclosures Legislation that You Need to Know

Stephen Kirwan discusses the Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022 and outline six key changes to the Protected Disclosures Act 2014.

What is Guardianship?

In family law in Ireland, guardianship refers to the legal responsibility and authority of a parent or other person to make decisions...

Adult Caution Scheme

The Adult Caution Scheme was set up in 2006 with the purpose of affording an opportunity for a caution to be administered to a person who has committed...

Changes to the Atypical Working Scheme

Effective January 1, 2023, the Irish government will relax rules for the “general” category of applicants under the Atypical Working Scheme.

Camara v Belgium: The Right to Shelter and Interim Measures

In a first case of its kind the European Court of Human Rights recently grant two interim measures requiring Belgian authorities to comply with national court orders to provide accommodation...

High Court Bails in Ireland

High Court Bail Lists are now operating at their pre COVID-19 capacity, and here at KOD Lyons we make such Bail applications daily.

Notice to Employers regarding Employees awaiting the renewal of their IRP Card

The Immigration Services Registration Office, Burgh Quay, Dublin has notified Irish Resident Permit Holders, particularly employers

The Divorce Mantra – “Proper Provision in all the Circumstances”

Legislation states that ‘the court shall ensure that such provision as the court considers proper having regard to the circumstances exists or will be made for the spouses and any dependent member of the family concerned’. (S.20 The Divorce Act, 1996).

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