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Review of Recent Unfair Dismissal Case Law Relevant to Ireland

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 13 May 2014

In recent weeks there have been many cases in the Irish courts surrounding the issue of dismissal. This week we have decided to provide readers with an update of recent unfair dismissal case law. More reviews will follow in our fortnightly review of developments on Friday.

We have four cases in today's email, three of which are from the EAT and one from the Labour Court.

The cases cover the following issues:

1. The first case looks at unfair dismissal and the failure of the employer to provide the employee with details of allegations against him
2. The second addresses the need for an employer

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This article is correct at 06/08/2015
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