The introduction of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) under the Workplace Relations Act 2015 provides for mediation and adjudication of employment disputes. Mark Kane always advises employees in an employment dispute to speak with and get assistance from their trade union, professional body or trusted solicitor but where this is not available Mark Kane is available to act as representative of the employee in WRC mediation and adjudication.
Galway ++ 00 353 (0)91 44.22.77
Dublin ++ 00 353 (0)1 25.444.26
London ++ 00 44 (0)20 18.104.22.168
Mark Kane is an academic lawyer and masters graduate in respect of arbitration and construction law in common law jurisdictions. He has particular interest in representing and working with employers, contractors and sub-contractors in Ireland, the UK, the USA and further afield in resolving construction disputes through the appropriate use of arbitration and mediation.
Mark Kane is available to advise on defence to disciplinary and misconduct charges being made against members of professional organisations and construction professionals subject to regulatory control, including Architects, Building Surveyors and Quantity Surveyors registered under the Building Control Act 2007.
Mark Kane is Peace Commissioner for the County of Galway and all counties immediately adjoining that county.
Mark Kane is an active Attorney and Counselor-At-Law in Good Standing with particular interest in Construction Law, Arbitration Law and ADR including Mediation, under New York's Unified Court System.
Mark Kane, Esquire earned his LL.B. (Hons) Law Degree from the Nottingham-Trent University in 2008, with particular emphasis on Intellectual Property Law, Employment Law and Irish Law. He then took further post-graduate study in the areas of Arbitration Law, US Federal Law and New York State Law prior to taking and passing the bar exam in New York State first time in 2010 and being called to the New York Bar as an Attorney in 2011, later being awarded his LL.M. Master of Laws Degree with Distinction.
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