Standard Required to Bring a Successful Bullying and Harassment Case Against an EmployerPosted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 8 April 2014
Today’s article looks at Catherine Glynn v The Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform Ireland and the Attorney General, a High Court decision confirming the standard required to bring a successful bullying and harassment case against an employer.
Case Name And Reference: Catherine Glynn –v- The Minister for Justice, Equality & Law Reform Ireland and the Attorney General. (Judgement of Kearns P, 21st March 2014)
Court Or Tribunal: High Court
Jurisdiction/Subject Matter: High Court Decision 2014 IEHC 133
Ms Glynn is a civil servant employed in Gort Garda Station, Co. Galway where she performs clerical duties since 1979. Ms Glynn alleged harassment in relation to incidents
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