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Important High Court Decision on Point of Law Payment of Wages Act 1991 – Case remitted to the Employment Appeals Tribunal

The recent case of EARAGAIL EISC TEORANTA v ANN MARIE DOHERTY, BRENDAN McGINLEY, EVELYN BOYLE, GAVIN McGINLEY, GERARD HARDY, JOHN McGINLEY, JONATHAN BYRNE, JOESPH BYRNE, JOSEPH DOHERTY, KEVIN BRESLIN, LIAM GALLAGHER, MARTIN GILLESPIE, MARY GAZLEY, MARY TUBRIDY,...

High Court reaffirms meaning of “Public Servants” under FEMPI (No.2) Act

The recent case of Damhnaic Nic Bhradaig and the Employment Appeals Tribunal [2014 No. 423 MCA) concerned a new point of law brought under Section 7(4)(b) of the Payment of Wages Act 1991 concerning a decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal with regard to the...

Constructive Dismissal – Employer’s Cumulative Actions lead to breakdown of trust and confidence

In a recently published decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal (An Employee v An Employer) UD842/2011, the Claimant successfully claimed constructive dismissal and was awarded €23,826. Background The Claimant was employed by the Respondent to carry out...

Unfair Dismissal – Failure of employer to attend hearing leads to award of €140,000

The case of Declan Lally v Window and Roofing Concepts Limited UD 183/2011 demonstrates the importance of an employer receiving proper advice on the implications of not attending an Employment Appeals Tribunal hearing. In this case the Tribunal accepted the...