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Callan Tansey Wellbeing At Work Event April 2021

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

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 ergonomically designed and sound-proofed home office with uninterrupted views of the sea or the countryside? And then there is reality!! No beach, no...

Callan Tansey Welcomes Colm Horgan To Sligo Rovers

Callan Tansey Welcomes Colm Horgan To Sligo Rovers

As part of our support for Sligo Rovers, Callan Tansey Solicitors is the player sponsor for Colm Horgan for this season.  We sat down with Colm to welcome him to Sligo and, learn a bit about his career to date and to help introduce him to the wider community.

Leaving Cert 2020 – The Legal Fall-Out Continues ..

Leaving Cert 2020 – The Legal Fall-Out Continues ..

In the last few weeks, we have seen the Courts issue two significant judgements in relation to discrete issues that arose from the controversial calculated grades system that was applied to the beleaguered Leaving Cert class of 2020.

Family Law: The Impact Of Covid-19 On Access And Maintenance

Family Law: The Impact Of Covid-19 On Access And Maintenance

When Leo Varadkar made the announcement introducing the first lockdown, it caused considerable confusion and worry amongst separated parents. The Courts were closed and only urgent applications regarding childcare and domestic violence were heard. Access Access or...

The Impact Of Covid-19 Restrictions On Family Law

The Impact Of Covid-19 Restrictions On Family Law

The Family Law Courts continue to operate during Level 5 restrictions. However, to protect staff and the wider public, obviously the courts are trying to reduce numbers of people attending at the Courts. The Courts’ staff and practitioners have done what they can to...

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