I for Injunctions

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 8 April 2011
Aisling Butler
William Fry

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1. Introduction

Sometimes employees seek to restrain their dismissal or avoid redundancy or a disciplinary process by seeking an injunction from the Courts. Recent case law shows that while there are some clear limitations on the availability of the relief, injunctions will continue to be granted in appropriate cases.


2. What is an employment injunction?

In the context of dismissal disputes, injunctions usually take the form of a Court Order restraining the employee’s dismissal or temporarily restoring him to his position. They are most frequently sought at the initial

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