Review of Recent EAT Decision: Legal Representation in Workplace Hearings

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 12 March 2012
David Fagan
Business Legal
Issues covered:

Today's EAT review concerns the case of Employee A and Employee B v Employer (UD 868/2010 & UD1104/2010). This case examines the right of employees to legal representation before a tribunal and may represent a new trend whereby tribunals adopt higher standards than the courts in deciding on the reasonableness of the employer in conducting a disciplinary process.

Case Name: Employee A and Employee B v Employer (UD 868/2010 & UD1104/2010)

Unfair Dismissals Acts 1977-2007; Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Acts, 1973 to 2005

Jurisdiction/Subject Matter:
Unfair Dismissal, Legal Representation in Workplace Hearings


This case involved a transfer of undertaking of

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David Fagan
Business Legal

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