Naisiunta Leictreacht (NECI) V Labour Court & Ors Posted In: Case Law
Decision NumberIESC 36
Legal BodyIrish Supreme Court (IESC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionCollective and Trade Union Issues, Tribunal Practice, Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
This appeal arises from a judgment in the High Court which was appealed to the Supreme Court. The NECI (Respondent) represented small and medium sized electrical contractors. The Respondent successfully applied for a judicial review of a Sectoral Employment Order (“SEO”), the subject of a recommendation by the Labour Court, under procedures laid down the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act, 2015, and subsequently embodied in a statutory instrument, S.I. 251/2019.
The effect of this Order was to set terms and conditions for workers across the entire electrical contracting area in the State. The recommendation was made in response to applications to the Labour Court from Connect trade union,
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