Colin Casey v Bernard Conlon [2012]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1977 to 2007; Unfair Dismissal

Respondent 1, Pat Roddy – respondent 2, Tony Matthews – respondent 3, Tony Roddy – respondent 4 and Lancorn BT Limited – respondent 5: where the claimant was a bar Manager in a bar that was leased by respondent 1. After a break-in at the bar and an argument with his employer there was a dispute whether the claimant had resigned. There was no appearance by or representation on behalf of the respondents. Thus, due to the uncontested evidence, the Tribunal awarded the claimant €30,303.00 under the Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1977 to 2007.

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This article is correct at 19/12/2012

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