Procedural Fairness: Towerbrook Limited t/a Castle Durrow Country House Hotel v Eugene Young 2018 IEHC 425

Posted in : Labour & Superior Court Case Law Review Panel on 23 August 2018
The Employment Team at RDJ
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This month’s article from the Labour/Superior Court Case Law Review Panel was written by Deirdre Malone, Partner, Ronan Daly Jermyn.  It concerns an unfair dismissal claim brought by an employee engaged as a general handyman (“the employee”) against his employer, (“Castle Durrow”) and its blatant breach of procedural fairness or natural justice. 

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The recent decision of Towerbrook Limited t/a Castle Durrow Country House Hotel (“Castle Durrow”) –v- Eugene Young (“the employee”) 2018 IEHC 425 offers guidance to all employers on who can conduct an investigation in the workplace. The case involves an appeal from the EAT (as it was) to the Circuit Court and a

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