Injunctive Relief/Contractual Entitlements - Conor Brennan v Irish Pride BakeriesPosted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 8 December 2015
Today’s article looks at Conor Brennan v Irish Pride Bakeries (in Receivership), a case in which the employee sought to use the common law remedy of injunctive relief to compel the employer (through the management of Receivers) to provide him with his full contractual notice period (3 months) to terminate his employment.
Case Name and Reference: Conor Brennan v Irish Pride Bakeries (in Receivership) 2015 6548 P
Court or Tribunal: High Court
Jurisdiction/Subject Matter: Interlocutory Injunction/ Termination Period/ Contractual Terms
Date of Judgement: 22nd October 2015, Mr. Justice Gilligan
Facts of the case
Mr. Brennan commenced employment with Irish Pride (“the company”) in February 2015
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