Unlawful deduction of wages

  Unlawful deduction of wages   A very recent decision of the High Court in Marek Balans -v- Tesco Ireland Limited considered circumstances in which an employee was not paid in accordance with the terms of his Contract.   This case involved an interpretation of Section 5(6) of the Payment of Wages Act 1991. The […]

The right to light is not an automatic right in Ireland

    The right to light is not an automatic right in Ireland   A right to light can be defined as a private, legally enforceable easement or right to a minimum level of natural daylight illuminated through a “defined aperture” (usually a window) whether conferred express or by implied grant or obtained at common […]

Welcome to Donna Phelan – New Solicitor to the firm

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Donna Phelan as solicitor in Dillon Solicitors. Donna joined the firm in September 2020. Donna comes with a wealth of experience, having been a Legal Executive for 11 years prior to qualifying as a Solicitor in 2018. She deals primarily in the area of Litigation and […]

Ombudsman believes decision could help 7,000 customers

  Ombudsman believes decision could help 7,000 customers Included among a list of 180 legally binding decisions by the Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman (FSPO) on the 7th August include a decision to award compensation of €22,000 due to one particular customer due to “particularly difficult circumstances suffered” as a result of substantial overcharging which […]

Gestational Surrogacy

  Gestational Surrogacy There are two types or surrogacy; gestational surrogacy and traditional surrogacy. For the purposes of this article I will focus on gestational surrogacy. Gestational surrogacy is where a surrogate carries the child conceived using the egg of the intended mother or a donor egg and the sperm for the intended father. The […]