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Nearly 10,600 investigations launched into suspected welfare fraud last year

  • Published on January 24th, 2020 - NewsTalk
Nearly 10,600 investigations launched into suspected welfare fraud last year

Jason O’Sullivan, the principal and founder of J.O.S Solicitors, explained that investigations into social welfare fraud are complicated. He said: “They have to do a lot of due diligence and investigating. “They have to first look at the circumstances of the individual case, the nature of the alleged offence, and also they’d have to appraise the evidence available. “At that stage, they’d have to look at the duration of the fraud or the abuse, the size of the overpayment, and also if there are any mitigating or aggravating circumstances related to it.”

New food supplements tax shows incompetence on tackling health crisis

  • Published on January 9th, 2020 - Irish Legal News
New food supplements tax shows incompetence on tackling health crisis

The current bed shortage crisis escalating daily throughout Irish hospitals is unprecedented and unlikely to abate any time soon, despite questionable pledges by the Minster for Health Simon Harris to ease the pressure writes Jason O’Sullivan, solicitor and public affairs consultant at J.O.S Solicitors, comments on the tax on food supplements introduced in Ireland this month.

Hairdresser sacked for anxiety gets €7,000 award

  • Published on August 9th, 2018 - The Times
Hairdresser sacked for anxiety gets €7,000 award

Employment law specialist Jason O’Sullivan, of JOS Solicitors, said employers are obliged to make “reasonable accommodation” for employees who have a disability, including mental health conditions.

“There does appear to be a need for employers to start finding better ways to support employees who are experiencing mental health difficulties,” Mr O’Sullivan said.

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