Disciplinary Proceedings with Pending Criminal Prosecution Against an Employee

Posted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 10 October 2014
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Comyn Kelleher Tobin
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Today’s article looks at Rogers v An Post, a case in which the Plaintiff unsuccessfully sought an injunction to postpone a disciplinary process pending the outcome of criminal proceedings against him.

Case Name and Reference: Rogers –v- An Post (Judgement of Keane J on 25th July 2014) Record No. 2014/3750P

Court Or Tribunal: High Court

Jurisdiction/Subject Matter: Disciplinary proceedings with pending criminal prosecution against an employee.


Kevin Rogers (“the Plaintiff”) was the acting branch manager in Roscommon post office until the 28th March 2012. He was suspended on full pay by his employer on that date. He remained suspended on full pay at the date of this judgement.

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