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Judicial Review Refused in Respect of Disciplinary Action and Original Findings of Board of School of Management

Judicial Review Refused in Respect of Disciplinary Action and Original Findings of Board of School of Management

In the recent case of Dillon v Board of Management of Catholic University School [2016 IEHC 674] Justice Twomey was asked to consider a challenge by way of Judicial Review to a finding by the Board of Management of the Respondent of 24th February 2015 whereby it was...
High Court Considers Whether Translator/Interpreter is Employee for Unfair Dismissal Purposes

High Court Considers Whether Translator/Interpreter is Employee for Unfair Dismissal Purposes

In the case of Mc Kayed v Forbidden City Limited t/a translations.ie [2016 IEHC 722]  the issue arose as to whether or not the plaintiff was an employee of the defendant in the context of a potential claim under the Unfair Dismissal Acts 1977 (as amended). The...

Bonus Payments and Allowances – Discretionary or Not?

In the recent case of Sandra Cleary, Ellen Bradley, Joyce Donovan, Angela Carmody, Joan Thompson, Anita Malone, Yvonne Masters, Maureen Andres, Brian McCarthy and James Dowdall v B&Q Ireland Limited the appellants were a number of employees of different branches...
Corporate Manslaughter Bill 2016 Published

Corporate Manslaughter Bill 2016 Published

The Corporate Manslaughter Bill 2016 (‘the Bill”) recently published will create the indictable offence of “corporate manslaughter” by an undertaking and will also create the indictable offence of “grossly negligent management causing...
Judicial Review Refused in Respect of Disciplinary Action and Original Findings of Board of School of Management

Personal Injury High Court – Analysis of General and Special Damages

The recent case of Walsh v Tesco Ireland Limited 2016 IEHC 322 resulted in an award of 1.4m for the plaintiff and is interesting insofar as the court looked in particular in detail at the area of general and special damages.The judgement was delivered by Mr Justice...