Collective Redundancies and the Dell High Court Case

The judgement in the case of Tagney & anor v Dell Products Limerick was delivered by Justice Birmingham on 26th day of June 2013. A full copy of the decision available on the courts website and we have referred extensively to extracts from the judgement below. Background The case arose [...]

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Constructive Dismissal – Is it fatal for an employee to give notice and/or fail to engage with their employer?

The case of Mara Rybak v Matthew Hannigan T/a Hannigan Facility Services Building PW 243/2012, TE 126/2012, TU 28/2012 was delivered by the Employment Appeals Tribunal in November 2013 and published in February 2014. The cases came before the Tribunal with the employee appealing the two decisions and one recommendation [...]

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Breach of Contract – Be Wary of Voluntary Redundancy Offers

In Browne v Iarnrod Eireann Irish Rail [2013] IEHC 62, Mr. Justice Hogan in the High Court was asked to considerwhether there was a binding contract between the parties where an offer of voluntary redundancy was made. Justice Hogan delivered his judgement on 11th December 2013 and a full copy [...]