On 22 March 2024 the Court of Appeal in Ireland handed down the judgement of Foot Locker Retail Ireland Limited (the “Appellant”) v Percy Nominees Limited (the “Respondence”).

The recent Supreme Court decision in Seamus Mallon v The Minister for Justice, Ireland, and The Attorney General [2024] IESC 20 provides welcome clarity on the law on mandatory retirement ages.

The Revenue Commissioners has published Guidelines for Determining Employment Status for Taxation Purposes (the “Guidelines”) in response to the October 2023 Supreme Court judgment delivered in The Revenue Commissioners v Karshan (Midlands) Ltd T/A Domino’s Pizza.

Kane Tuohy LLP are delighted to be nominated as a finalist in the category of Employment Law Team of the Year for the 2024 Dye & Durham Irish Law Awards.

On 5 April 2024, the much anticipated Automatic Enrolment Retirement Savings System Bill 2024 (the “Bill”) was published. Auto-enrolment is a new retirement system for employees that will be introduced in January 2025. It has been set up to provide a retirement plan for people without a work or private pension to save for retirement.

In a recent Circuit Court application, where Kane Tuohy LLP represented the Defendant, O’Connor J delivered Judgment dated 7 March 2024, in which he refused the Plaintiff’s Motion for leave to execute proceedings where the Motion for leave issued outside the 12 years.

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