Time Limits for Appeals Against Rights Commissioners' Decisions & Right for Employees to Cross-examine Witnesses at Disciplinary HearingsPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 13 May 2010
Today's articles concerns two matters - time limits for appeals against Rights Commissioners' decisions and the right for employees to cross-examine witnesses at disciplinary hearings.
CASE NAME AND REFERENCE: McMahon v Solvere Ltd UD 1679/2009
COURT OR TRIBUNAL: Employment Appeals Tribunal (the “EAT”)
LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1977 to 2007 (the “Acts”)
JURISDICTIONS/SUBJECT MATTER: Appeal for the implementation of recommendation of the Rights Commissioner
The case involved an appeal to the EAT for the implementation of the recommendation of the Rights Commissioner in circumstances where the employer never appealed against the recommendation of the Rights Commissioner
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