Interlocutory Relief in Employment Cases

Posted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 10 July 2012
Eamon Harrington
Comyn Kelleher Tobin
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Today’s article looks at the case of Regina Wallace v Irish Aviation Authority, a case where an employee sought to stop her employer placing her on paid suspension from work pending the outcome of an appeal against dismissal.

Case Name And Reference: Regina Wallace v Irish Aviation Authority [2012] IEHC 178

Court Or Tribunal: High Court

Jurisdictions/Subject Matter: Interlocutory relief in employment cases


Regina Wallace was employed at the Irish Aviation Authority’s (IAA) training centre at Ballycasey, Shannon, Co. Clare and was required to perform certain clerical and administrative functions. Ms. Wallace had taken 759 sick days over a nine year period which was described by the IAA

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Eamon Harrington
Comyn Kelleher Tobin

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