During the first consultation first of all we listen to you and what is of importance to you and advise you accordingly. Next, we will tailor our advice to suit your own personal situation. Finally we will advise you as to the most cost effective manner of dealing with your case.
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Important: consultation can be arranged only upon receipt of copy of your ID
PLEASE READ: Why the first consultation is not free?
Unlike personal injury, in employment law cases (unfair dismissal, bullying at work, unpaid wages etc) the labour courts DO NOT award legal fees. Also, not each employment law case is about obtaining monetary compensation, it may be about keeping your position, negotiating better working hours or making internal complaint. We want to provide best and honest advice that best suits your interests and needs and not to drag you to unnecessary litigation with your employer where fees may be awarded in some cases or negotiated from the other side. That would not be a proper legal advice. IF, following consultation, there is a need to open a case, we will agree with You terms and the initial fee paid will be deducted from any future fees due.
Initial Consultation Fee
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€200 + VAT = €246.00
Krystian obtained his masters degree from University of Wroclaw, Poland in 2003. Between 2003 and 2006 Krystian completed a judge’s apprenticeship in Poland and successfully passed exams which entitle him to apply for judge vacancies in Poland. Krystian is also a qualified Polish solicitor (Radca Prawny) since January 2007 and fully qualified Irish Solicitor since January 2013. Krystian is the only such lawyer from Poland registered in Ireland having full professional qualifications in both jurisdictions. Krystian has been practicing in Ireland since October 2006. Krystian advises Irish, Polish Romanian and International clients. He specializes in personal injury litigation and employment law. He represented clients in over houndred of cases before Labour Court, WRC and Employment Appeals Tribunal.
List of sample cases, where Krystian Boino represented our office clients before labour courts:
Shop Assistant-v- Shop decision nr ADJ-00014634
Agency employee redundancy
An Agency Worker An Agency Worker provider, WRC decision nr ADJ-00015084
Redundancy after lay-off period
Crèche Assistant Manager v A Crèche, decision nr ADJ-00013421
Proper introduction of layoff, redundancy claim
G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (IRELAND) LTD – AND – KRZYSZTOF STANEK; Labour Court case no.: RPD186
Working time complaint
Pracownik -v- G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (IRE) LTD; Labour Court case nr: DWT1832
Industrial Relations Act complaint
Pracownik -v- Firma Ochroniarska; Labour Court case no.: LCR21859
CLELANDS SUPERMARKETS LTD -v- Employee Labour Court decision no. EDA1735
Discriminatory dismissal during sick leave
Maciej Czajka -v- Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland Ltd; decision no. DEC-E2017-084
Discrimination- dismissal of pregnant employee
Employee- v- WRIGHTS OF HOWTH SEAFOOD BARS LIMITED; Labour Court decision no: EDA1728
Redundancy- alleged transfer of undertakings (one of 49 cases)
Employee -v- Nine One One Retail Limited (In Liquidation), Employment Appeals Tribunal decision no.: RP328/2014
Pregnancy discrimination- reduction of working hours
A Female Worker -V- A Retail Multiple Adjudicator/Equality Officer decision no. DEC-E2016-064
Hourly rate- agency workers
Employees-v- NOEL RECRUITMENT CITI NORTH LIMITED; Labour Court decision no.: AWD1517
Pregnant employee dismissal
Employee-v- ROTTAPHARM LTD; Labour Court decision no: EDA159
Employee-v- Employer; Labour Court decyzja nr EDA1314