The Importance Time Limits For Filing ComplaintsPosted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 21 April 2015
Today’s article looks at Health Service Executive v McDermott, a case which highlights the importance of the time limits for the filing of complaints, in this instance under the Payment of Wages Act 1991.
Case Name and Reference: Health Service Executive –v- McDermott 2014 IEHC 331 (Judgment of Mr Justice Hogan, 19th June 2014)
Court Or Tribunal: High Court
Jurisdiction/Subject Matter: Contravention, Payment of Wages, jurisdiction, time limits to bring a complaint to the Rights Commissioner.
Mr McDermott is a medical consultant in Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin. He is employed pursuant to a consultant's contract dated 2008. His contract of employment provides for incremental
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