Bullying and Harassment - A Radical Shift?

Posted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 6 June 2014
Patrice O'Keeffe
Comyn Keller Tobin
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Today’s article looks at Una Ruffley v The Board of Management St Anne's School [2014] IEHC 235, a High Court decision discussing Bullying and Harassment - A Radical Shift?

 Case Name And Reference: Una Ruffley –v- The Board of Management St Anne’s School [2014] IEHC235

 Court/Tribunal: High Court

 Jurisdiction: High Court Ireland

Subject Matter: Bullying and Harassment - A Radical Shift?


The Plaintiff, Ms. Una Ruffley, was employed as a Special Needs Assistant for over 10 years at St. Anne’s School in Co. Kildare. Ms. Ruffley sued the Board of Management for bullying and harassment at work during the period from September 2009 to September 2010. The Plaintiff was

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Patrice O'Keeffe
Comyn Keller Tobin

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