Supreme Court provides Clarity in Reasonable Accommodation RequirementPosted in : Labour & Superior Court Case Law Review Panel on 30 August 2019
This month’s article from the Labour/Superior Court Caselaw Review Panel was written by Deirdre Malone, Partner, Ronan Daly Jermyn. It concerns the Supreme Court’s decision in the matter of Nano Nagle School –v- Marie Daly in relation to reasonable accommodation of a disability. The Supreme Court has remitted the case to the Labour Court to review the evidence originally before it properly, to determine whether discrimination occurred and, if upheld, to provide a reasoned basis for any award of compensation that may be given.
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