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Right To Request Remote Working Bill

The Cabinet has signed off on the eagerly awaited Bill in relation to remote working. Tánaiste and Minster for ...

State Needs To Do the Right Thing, pleads husband

In a case heard in the High Court yesterday, Fergal Murphy pleaded with the State to "do the right thing" for his ...

Callan Tansey Ballina celebrates five years since opening

It has been five years since Callan Tansey Ballina opened its doors. This milestone was marked by the staff this ...

Callan Tansey Solicitors finalist in Irish Law Awards 2021

Callan Tansey Solicitors has been named as a finalist in Irish Law Awards 2021. The awards recognise excellence in ...

Inquest into birth of stillborn baby at Drogheda hospital

Pamela Clarke told the inquest into the death of her fourth child Willow, that she cannot understand how a ...

Inquest into death of a young mother at Mayo University Hospital

An inquest into the death of a young mother shortly after childbirth returned a verdict of death by medical misadventure.

Negligence Claim Against Orthopaedic Surgeon To be Re-Tried

The Court of Appeal has directed a retrial of an action alleging a surgeon was negligent in the post-operative care of a man who claimed he developed leg paralysis and severe pain after spinal surgery.

Article on birth injury discussion on Midwest Radio May 21st

The restrictions on fathers attending at maternity hospitals due to Covid-19 restrictions has once again highlighted how the needs and requirements of women while pregnant and giving birth are often overlooked, ignored and unheard.

Employers: What you need to know before you re-open after COVID-19 closure

As Ireland moves through the phased re-opening of businesses after the COVID19 lockdown, there are a number of important areas that employers need to focus on in order to meet their obligations.

Family Calls For Improvements in HSE Mental Health Service After Death Of Son

More than ever, people's mental well-being and issues of mental health are being given the consideration and respect that they deserve.

Callan Tansey Wellbeing At Work Event April 2021

Now, more than ever, we are aware of the importance of promoting Wellbeing at work in Ireland. The COVID-19 pandemic has created huge stress among our workforce, with many businesses closed during lockdowns, others having to radically change behaviours and many people now remote working.

Remote Working – Opportunities and Challenges

An early morning run on the beach or walk along the riverbank – followed by coffee and croissants as we sit at our ...