Zalewski -v- Adjudication Office & ors  IESC 24Posted In: Case Law
Case ReferenceIESC 24
Legal BodyIrish Supreme Court (IESC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionTribunal Practice, Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
In a remarkable decision (and even more remarkable dissenting judgements), the Supreme Court of Ireland (O'Donnell J. delivering the majority decision in a 4:3 split) has ruled that certain elements of the WRC's adjudication hearing process are unconstitutional, although the Court declined to rule that the Workplace Relations Act 2015 was itself unconstitutional.
Regular readers will have followed this case for a number of years - this is the applicant's second case before the Supreme Court. In 2019 the Supreme Court ruled he had the requisite locus standi to pursue his constitutional challenge. It's taken a further two years to have the more substantive issues dealt
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