Enforced Retirement - William O’Mara v College Freight Limited T/A Target Express Ireland (UD 1371/2009)

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 26 November 2010
David Fagan
Business Legal
Issues covered:

Case Name: William O’Mara v College Freight Limited T/A Target Express Ireland (UD 1371/2009)
Legislation: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1997 TO 2007 (the “Acts”)
Jurisdictions/Subject Matter: Enforced Retirement


The Respondent employer was involved in the transport of goods for customers around the country, employing office staff, drivers and warehouse operatives. Sub-contractors were also hired, supplying their own vans and insurance and invoicing the employer for their services. The employer had depots in Ireland and in the UK.

This case was held in conjunction with another claim (UD 1395/2009) involving the same employer but a different claimant. The separate claimants were referred to

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David Fagan
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