Lorcan Delaney v Aer Lingus (Ireland) Limited Posted In: Case Law
Case ReferenceIEHC 72
Legal BodyHigh Court of Ireland (IEHC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Contracts of Employment, Comparative Law
“A cautionary tale of unforeseen consequences”:- Lorcan Delaney v Aer Lingus (Ireland) Limited
In a recent High Court judgement, Justice Allen refused an injunction application by a former cabin crew member, Lorcan Delaney (the “Employee”), against his former employer Aer Lingus (Ireland) Limited (the “Employer”). The Employee was dismissed having failed to obtain an Airport Identification Card (“AI Card”) from Dublin Airport Authority (“daa”), as a result of being charged with drug possession.
The Employee claimed a variety of interlocutory injunctions restraining the Employer from taking any steps to effect his dismissal and directing
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