Andrius Babianskas v First Glass LimitedPosted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 29 November 2016 Issues covered:
This article looks at Andrius Babianskas v First Glass Limited, a case which was appealed on a point of law to the High Court following a decision of the Labour Court regarding alleged underpayment of annual leave and public holidays.
CASE NAME AND REFERENCE: Andrius Babianskas .v. First Glass Limited  IE HC 598
COURT OR TRIBUNAL: High Court
JURISDICTION/SUBJECT MATTER: Organisation of Working Time Act Determination of Pay for Holidays) Regulations 1997
DATE OF JUDGEMENT: Hunt J, 3rd October 2016
Mr Babianskas (“the Appellant”) was employed as a lorry driver by First Glass Limited (“the Respondent”) from 5th September 2005. He had a written contract of employment
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