Employment Law

De Búrca Greene Solicitors have a proven track record in the area of employment law having successfully acted for both employers and employees across all court jurisdictions. Employment law is a complex area  and we truly understand the need to engage in a meaningful and proactive manner from the outset.


De Búrca Greene Solicitors have extensive experience in terms of acting for employees. We appreciate how stressful an unfair dismissal or a redundancy is for an employee and are with you every step of the way to guide you through the process.

We have particular experience of

  • Advising on the terms and conditions of employment contracts to include non compete clauses;
  • Unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal and wrongful dismissal claims.
  • Employment equality and discrimination claims.
  • Bullying, harassment and sexual harassment claims.
  • Work related stress and personal injury claims.
  • Severance/termination agreements,
  • Workplace grievances and disciplinary issues.
  • Issues regarding TUPE.
  • Maternity leave entitlements.
  • Penalisation and whistleblower legislation.

At De Búrca Greene Solicitors, we strive to provide strategic and unambiguous advice to employers in relation to the raft of employment legislation in existence. We find that proactive early engagement with disputes saves employers on costs in the long term. We conduct employment audits to assess your level of compliance with current law and advise you on best practice. We draft tailor made specific contracts, policies and handbooks on your behalf to reduce your exposure to potential claims .

Some of the areas of Employment Law in which we specialise from an employer’s perspective are;

  • Dealing with workplace grievances or disciplinary issues.
  • Defending employment equality and discrimination claims.
  • Assisting with the dismissal process.
  • Assisting with performance management.
  • Assisting with the drafting and/or revising of existing employment agreements.
  • Drafting of workplace policies and procedures.
  • Advising regarding non disclosure agreements.
  • Advising in relation to TUPE and the redundancy process.

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