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Dear [fullname,fallback=subscriber],

Welcome to our Summer Newsletter 2021!    

There is no doubt that we are all living in turbulent and changing times and here at Felton McKnight we are embracing disruption and updating our systems to keep up with the challenges too.

We have introduced a new Zoom Scheduler to our business and website which enables you as a client to pre-book a conference call with our in-house legal experts at a convenient time for you in the security and comfort of your home or office.

We have also added an informative blog page where we will frequently update legal information both regional and international which we are optimistic will be of interest and relevance for you.

As you are no doubt aware people like information in video format now more than ever. Overall the general public and businesses tech abilities have undergone a rapid transformation and upgrade over the last eighteen months and we have also launched a Video page to further make our legal broadcasts more current and relevant. We will be distributing these videos across our social media channels also for your convenience. 

As always we look forward to receiving your feedback and thoughts on our changes and ongoing relationship with you as your legal advisors.


New Bill Could See Companies Brought to High Court for Failing to Disclose Gender Pay Gap Information

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Under new legislation, an employer can be taken to the High Court if they fail to reveal their gender pay gap. (Read More)

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Legal Reform Bill to Reduce Waiting Times for Citizenship of Children Born in Ireland

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A new legal reform bill will see waiting times reduced for citizenship applications for children born to non-Irish parents in Ireland. (Read More)

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Garda Powers to Access a Person's Phone to be Introduced with New Bill

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A new law is set to be introduced that will permit Gardaí to access a person’s phone or other electronic device using their username or password, with a fine of €30,000 and up to five years in prison should the individual refuse. (Read More)

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Golf spectator loses High Court personal injuries action

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Struck with golf ball A golf spectator has lost his personal injuries action against a golf club, a golfer and an event organiser. (Read More)

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Legislation approved to allow outdoor drinking

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Licensing issues. (Read More)

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