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06/14/2016 - Global Employer Networking Meeting (Palo Alto)

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2/25/2016 - New Horizons: Opportunities, Challenges, and Best Practices Associated with International Expansion (San Francisco)

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11/17/2015 - Understanding the Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Environment in the United States and Europe (Hamburg)

9/3/2015 - The Role of HR in a Global Company: Recruiting, Compliance and Managing Talent Across Borders (San Francisco)

5/20/2015 - Brussels Event: Cross Border Employment (Brussels)

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11/13/2014 - International Employers Forum Event/Webinar Getting it Right: Managing Import and FCPA Compliance through your Supply Chain (Philadelphia / Webinar)

9/30/2014 - International Employers Forum Webinar Hello and Goodbye:Global Laws in Hiring and Employment Termination (Webinar)

6/9/2014 - An Overview of the Labor and Employment Law Landscape in Ireland for a U.S. Multinational (Philadelphia)

5/9/2014 - International Employers Forum Breakfast Meeting Hello and Goodbye: Global Laws in Hiring and Employment Termination (Philadelphia)

3/18/2014 - Webinar: Russia And Ukraine: What Employers Need To Know And Do During Times Of Crisis (Webinar)








An Overview of the Labor and Employment Law Landscape in Ireland for a U.S. Multinational

Fisher & Phillips LLP sponsored this International Employers Forum Meeting.

Ronnie Neville, Partner with the Irish law firm, Mason Hayes & Curran, the 2014 Chambers Europe Irish Law Firm of the Year, will provide an overview of Irish labor and employment law, with a focus on issues of interest to the U.S. multinational employer. He will address matters such as: hiring and firing, trade unions and worker representation, equality law issues, the Acquired Rights Directive, recent changes to the labor and employment law landscape, and the economic climate of Ireland.

Executives, business leaders, HR professionals, in-house legal counsel, finance and benefits professionals, and those who manage expatriate assignments will benefit from attending this presentation.

Monday
June 9, 2014

The Rittenhouse Hotel
210 West Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Presentation
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Reception
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

There is no cost for this event.

Parking is available at the hotel.

This program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

Presenter - Ronnie Neville, Partner, Mason Hayes & Curran, Dublin, Ireland
Ronnie is a Partner in the Employment Law & Benefits Team of Mason Hayes & Curran, which is ranked as a Tier One law firm and practice group by Chambers Europe. Ronnie is recognized by Chambers and the Who’s Who of Legal 500 for his role as an employment lawyer. He represents large domestic and international employers across both the public and private sectors in both contentious and non-contentious employment-related matters, particularly on restructuring, reorganization and terminations. He also regularly advises on outsourcing and TUPE (Acquired Rights Directive) related issues.

Ronnie provides on-going legal support to the EMEA HR operations for leading technology companies, as well as the Irish Hotels Federation, which represents the interests of over 1000 hotels and guesthouses pertaining to a variety of employment issues. Ronnie also has numerous clients in the retail sectors of large multi-national companies.