Siobhán LaffertySolicitor

Qualifications & Appointments
  • LLB (Euro)(Hons) from the University of Strathclyde in 2009
  • Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Glasgow in 2011
  • LLM from University of Glasgow in 2012
  • Professional Diploma in Employment Law from University College Dublin in 2019
  • Employment Law
  • Professional Discipline and Regulation
  • Qualified as solicitor in Ireland in 2019 and qualified as a solicitor in Scotland in 2014
  • Joined Reddy Charlton in 2019
  • Particular expertise in Employment law and has a range of experience in both contentious and non-contentious employment matters
  • Also advises on Disciplinary and Regulatory law
  • In addition to practising in Ireland and the UK, she has also worked on employment law issues for the Falkland Islands
Recent Work Highlights
  • Advised a pharmaceutical company in High Court breach of contract proceedings
  • Advised recruitment companies on confidentiality and restrictive covenant issues
  • Advised a manufacturing company in relation to day to day employment queries including grievance and disciplinary processes, working time issues and contracts of employment
  • Representing clients on employment status claims before the Workplace Relations Commission
  • Member of the Employment Law Association of Ireland
  • Spanish
  • Landlords – Important Changes to Residential Lettings

    Landlords – Important Changes to Residential Lettings The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 has introduced significant changes for landlords in dealing with residential tenancies. Included are increased notice periods on termination, increased enforcement options and penalties for the Residential Tenancy Board (RTB) together with restrictions on short term lettings and changes to management of student

    5th July 2019
  • Notice of Fees for Appeals in Relation to Vacant Sites

    Notice of Fees for Appeals in Relation to Vacant Sites The Urban Regeneration and Housing Act 2015 (“the Act”) introduced a levy on vacant sites. For further details read more An appeal can be brought to An Bord Pleanála against the placing of the site on the vacant sites register. This is dealt with in

    13th June 2019
  • Vacant Site Levy – Increase for 2019

    Vacant Site Levy – Increase for 2019 The “Vacant Site Levy” was established under the Urban Regeneration & Housing Act 2015 to stimulate the use of vacant sites to ensure that vacant land in urban areas is brought into beneficial use. It provided for a levy of 3% of market value with reduced levies in

    5th June 2019

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