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IoD Evening Briefing - Employment Law Update - James Scanlon, Maples & Calder

In this briefing, James will discuss:

  • Employment Injunction: current High Court attitude to injunction application
  • Whistleblowing: a look at what impact it has had to date
  • Bullying: Increasing use of claim under the Health & Safety legislation
  • Fraud:  a look at an example of fraudulent trade by a company's own CEO
  • Disability Discrimination: the difficulty of dealing with short intermittent sick leave


Registration will be from 5.00pm with the briefing beginning at 5.15pm sharp.

Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Please note, IoD Breakfast and Evening briefings take place in the Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2.

CPD: IoD events may be eligible for CPD, including Chartered Director CPD, please check with your relevant professional body.

27 Apr
James Scanlon , Head of Employment Law Group, Maples & Calder
17.00 - 18:30
Free to IoD Members
The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2
Sponsored by Mazars
Places Available

James Scanlon

Head of Employment Law Group, Maples & Calder

James has practised as an employment lawyer in both Ireland and the UK.  He advises both domestic and international companies on all aspects of employment law. James provides litigation support, including managing senior executive and boardroom dismissals. James provides advisory services, including drafting employment contracts and undertaking workplace investigations and disciplinary processes.  James also specialises in corporate immigration, advising on employment permit applications and appeals.

James has represented clients before the Labour Court and civil courts and regularly conducts his own advocacy.


Mazars is one of the leading professional services firms in Ireland. Services include audit, assurance, tax, consulting, financial advisory, corporate finance and financial outsourcing. With over 350 staff based in Dublin and Galway, Mazars Ireland is part of an integrated partnership with over 18,000 professionals in 79 countries.