Delaney v Central Bank of Ireland Posted In: Case Law
Case Reference IEHC 212
Legal BodyHigh Court of Ireland (IEHC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment, Policies and Procedures
The Plaintiff, who had made a complaint against colleagues for bullying which was not upheld, was sent to a consultant psychiatrist for medical assessment by the Bank arising out of its concerns for the Plaintiff’s mental health. The Bank’s psychiatrist, Dr. Mohan, found that the Plaintiff was not fit for work. Although the Plaintiff’s psychiatrist’s (Dr. Lane) opinion differed, the Bank would not permit the employee to return to work and as a compromise requested the Plaintiff to attend for further assessment by a third psychiatrist.
The Plaintiff took a claim to the High Court for breach of
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