Ms Deirdre Malone > Ronan Daly Jermyn > Cork, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

Ronan Daly Jermyn
2 PARK PLACE
CITY GATE PARK, MAHON POINT
CORK
Ireland
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Work Department

Employment

Position

Deirdre Malone, a Partner with Ronan Daly Jermyn’s Employment practice, provides strategic legal advice to employer clients in both contentious and non-contentious employment matters. She has particular expertise in the healthcare, med-tech and education sectors, representing clients before the Workplace Relations Commission, Labour and High Court. Deirdre also uses her skills as a qualified mediator to offer informed and experienced advice to clients.

Deirdre advises on all aspects of the employment relationship from recruitment to termination, redundancies, wrongful and unfair dismissal, workplace investigations, investigation and disciplinary process, protected disclosures, mergers and acquisitions, data protection and freedom of information, industrial relations, and equality issues.

Deirdre is a member of the Employment and Equality Committee of the Law Society of Ireland and is regularly involved in reviewing proposed legislation and reform in the area of employment law.

Memberships

Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland 
Employment and Equality Committee member, Law Society of Ireland

Education

BCL, NUI (UCC)
Diploma in Employment Law, Law Society of Ireland 
Diploma in Commercial Litigation, Law Society of Ireland 
CEDR Accredited Mediator 
Post Graduate Certificate Adjudication, NUI (Maynooth)

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Employment

Ronan Daly Jermyn‘s employment practice handles various types of non-contentious work, such as TUPE transfers, restructurings and advising firms on accessing government schemes related to Covid-19. It also represents employers in disputes over issues such as age discrimination, workplace harassment and victimisation. The practice is led by Jennifer Cashman, who is recognised for her ‘wealth of knowledge’. Other partners in the team include David McCarroll, Deirdre Malone and Antoinette Vahey. Vahey is ‘a pleasure to deal with’ while McCarroll has ‘one of the sharpest legal minds in his field’.