Welcome to Richard Grogan & Associates Solicitors

Award winning Employment Law and Personal Injury* Litigation Solicitors Dublin.

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Welcome to our Law Firm, Richard Grogan & Associates.

We are a specialist boutique law firm providing legal services in Employment Law & Personal Injury* Litigation.  We are not a full service law firm. We only provide legal services in the areas of law where we can provide best practice, expertise and experience to our clients.  Giving honest & unbiased advice in a simple & straightforward fashion without legal jargon is our trademark. This sometimes means telling clients what they need to hear and not what they want to hear.  If you want a straight talking legal team, we are the firm for you.

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Practice Areas

Employers

We provide an award-winning advisory service to employers on all aspects of the employer and employee relationship.

Employees

We are an award winning Employment Law firm offering a broad range of legal services to employees on both contentious and non contentious employment law issues.

Executive Employees

Richard Grogan & Associates have a particular expertise in providing a bespoke legal service to executive and senior employees.

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Testimonials

“I thought I would just send you a quick note to say that I enjoyed looking at your website and the various available documents which can be downloaded. I particularly like your approach in relation to fees and costs – straight talking and nice with it.”

CBSolicitor

“Excellent News Richard”

Shane DempseyMediator

“Well done on being so proactive”

SolicitorMid West

“Great resource”

Mark EiffeLegal Counsel at SOS-ventures Investments

“Your insights are brilliant to read. I have some expertise in the employment field but I must say that I have often read your information before I make a judgement myself. You have a great way of assessing information. Moreover, it is very helpful and altruistic of you to provide such expert information in order to assist and help others. That is very much appreciated.”

Sinead Ni TreabhairCitizens Information

“I have been using your site for updates on employment law for some time and it has been extremely useful for me in executing my role as “legal guru” in a HR function. I find the site very reliable.”

In house HR Consultant

“Just wanted to say you helped me greatly over the last year with your updates and information.”

NCManager

“I admire the valuable information that you share here.”

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In yesterday’s Irish Independent my comments that the paltry sum of €245 per week was a significant factor in the Leave not being taken was dismissed by the Minister. Delighted to see my opinion effectively being endorsed by parents. https://t.co/9dCVdK2mZo

Fully agree with this Article in The Irish Times that zero hour contracts have been maintained not abolished .Well worth reading . The reality despite the hype from the Department of Employment Affairs is that the new legislation…https://t.co/XEaR9J3pto https://t.co/P19Vwp4Sgl

Redundancy in Ireland
I am attaching a copy of my lecture notes in respect of the Employment Law Masterclass given on 5 April dealing with Redundancy. The Masterclass was organised by the @Law Society of Ireland.
#redundancylaw #employmentlawsolicitor #r…https://t.co/AGk1YwzZkO

New Parental Leave Proposals - A Mirage
In an article by @CormacMcQuinn I am quoted. I have significant concerns about the new leave. Great concept but in reality a pipe dream .
The Act governing Parental Leave provides for a minim…https://t.co/GRqj4fwYTP https://t.co/HvQxPtGNRi

When you look at the Parental Leave Act it will need to be amended as currently the minimum period an employee can take is 6 weeks at one time unless the employer agrees. Men and women may well lose out totally on this new right unless Act changed.

Sonia McEntee@SoniaMcEntee

@GroganRichard These are small steps but in the right direction. While there is plenty more to do, this should be welcomed.