We hosted the event with ASM Chartered Accountants and CBI Northern Ireland
McCartan Turkington Breen Solicitors were delighted to be part of a collaborative seminar at Custom House in Belfast, alongside ASM Chartered Accountants and CBI Northern Ireland. The event focused on the much anticipated recent Supreme Court decision in the case of Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland v Agnew, a significant case handled by our firm.
The legal, payroll and taxation implications of Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland v Agnew
John McShane who leads our Employment Department, Richard Blakeman from ASM Chartered Accountants, and Claire Sullivan from CBI Northern Ireland led the seminar, discussing the legal, payroll and taxation implications arising from this ruling. The seminar was well-attended, drawing professionals interested in understanding the ramifications of this landmark decision.
Organisers, speakers and attendees enjoyed the stellar hospitality found at Custom House.
The event also included an extended Q&A session, offering participants the opportunity to delve into various aspects of this pivotal case.
We can advise organisations that require guidance on what to do next
For organisations requiring guidance on the legal impact of this Supreme Court ruling, McCartan Turkington Breen Solicitors are available to provide expert legal advice. Contact Us if you wish to arrange a consultation.