Employment Law

Employment law is a sensitive and critical legislative field for businesses and employees alike. It is also a constantly evolving field, having undergone several drastic changes over the past decades, from Ireland’s continued integration into the EU to the introduction of the Workplace Relations Act in 2015. At G J Moloney LLP, we pride ourselves on keeping ahead of these developments and being able to offer our clients up-to-date discerning advice for all manner of cases relating to employment law.

Employment Related Services

G J Moloney LLP’s employment team advises our clients on all aspects of employment law including:

  • Employment contracts and incentives
  • Severance agreements
  • Recruitment and application processes
  • Employer policies and procedures
  • Unfair dismissals
  • Redundancy processes
  • Employment disputes and terminations

Serving a wide variety of sectors and levels of industry including technology, financial services, manufacturing, semi-state bodies, directors and senior executives, our team works closely with our clients to find practical and effective solutions to both contentious and non-contentious employment matters.


G J Moloney LLP also has extensive experience in managing employment related disputes, regularly advising our clients and appearing on their behalf before the Employment Appeals Tribunal, the Rights Commissioner Service, the Labour Relations Commission, the Labour Court and the Equality Tribunal.

As an extension to these services, we offer our clients the means to bring their employment related litigation before the High Court, including claims for breach of contract, wrongful dismissal, the obtaining and defence of employment related injunctions and judicial review of administrative decisions affecting employment contracts.


Our employment team regularly provides advice in commercial transactions, including employment due diligence and on the legal requirements and obligations regarding transfer of undertakings legislation in the event of mergers or transfers.

In addition to specific case by case advice, we can provide in-house training to ensure that our clients are aware of all the latest developments impacting employment relations.

Reach out to our employment law team today for professional and effective advice on all matters relating to employment and employment legislation.