Service Requirements - Michele Henry v Ulster Bank Ireland (UD 1065/09)

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 27 September 2010
Anna Broderick
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Michele Henry v Ulster Bank Ireland (UD 1065/09)

LEGISLATION: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1997 TO 2007 (the “Acts”)
JURISDICTIONS/SUBJECT MATTER: Service requirement under the Acts

A recent batch of reviews from the Employment Appeals Tribunal included this interesting case in relation to service requirements for an unfair dismissal claim.


The claimant/employee commenced work with the respondent employer on the 26 November 2007 under a fixed-term contract. The project the employee was working on was coming to an end and the employee received one month’s notice on 21 October 2008. The employee’s employment was terminated on the 21 November 2008.

Counsel for the employer submitted that the

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