Taylor Solicitors Cork: Proposed Bill to give Commercial Tenants the right to seek rent review

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It is a tough time to be in business and managing costs is crucial to survival. Ask any business owner about the costs of running their business and rent will feature as a significant expenditure. One of the key election … Continue reading

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Getting it Right! Terms and Conditions for Your Business

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Taylor Solicitors Cork reviews the importance of Terms and Conditions from a business perspective. Last night I treated my mother to dinner at one of my favourite restaurants in Cork… Spice of India in Bishopstown. I’ve been going there for … Continue reading

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Direct Electronic Marketing: Taylor Solicitors Cork

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At Taylor Solicitors Cork we frequently advise clients on the legalities of direct electronic marketing. Direct electronic marketing is when a business uses customer (or potential customer) details to make contact electronically and promote their product or service. We’ve all … Continue reading

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Employer Obligations under Irish Employment Law

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Irish Employment Law: Your business is growing – great news. It’s time to take on staff or expand your existing workforce. What are your obligations as an employer under Irish employment law? One of the main areas of litigation between … Continue reading

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Irish Employment Law: Redundancy Entitlements & Negotiations

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Irish Employment Law: Redundancy is fast becoming a reality for many employers and employees throughout Ireland. In the past week Vita Cortex workers successfully concluded negotiations for redundancy payments after staging an almost five month sit-in. Irish Employment Law: Statutory … Continue reading

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