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27Feb, 2019

The Legislative Process and the impact of “New Politics”

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By Ciarán Doherty Ireland has an imperfect separation of powers. The Constitution appears to create a strong legislature, the Oireachtas, but in practice the Dáil and Seanad have been under the control of Government as [...]

21Feb, 2019

Is there a need for a Regulatory Guidance Office?

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The Law Reform Commission (LRC) certainly thinks so. Its recommendation for such an Office appears in a report, of over 800 pages, published in October 2018. The report entitled Report on Regulatory Powers and Corporate [...]

19Feb, 2019

Challenges to Implementing a Wellbeing Strategy – A National Perspective

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The World Health Organization states that a healthy workplace is one in which workers and managers collaborate to use a continual improvement process to protect and promote the health, safety and well-being of workers and [...]

25Jan, 2019

The “REWIND T” Test … in about 300 words

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William Brown REWIND T stands for the “reasonably well informed and normally diligent tenderer”.  This is how the courts will interpret tender documents, specifically the assessment criteria and scoring indicators set out within those documents.  [...]