Employment Law - Injunctions in the WorkplacePosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 31 August 2011 Issues covered:
The High Court case of Mullen v Brown Thomas has been well-reported in the media. We asked the David Fagan to comment on the employment law aspects of the case and whether there might be an increase in using injunctions during disciplinary proceedings in the workplace.
David Fagan writes:
Ms Justice Mary Laffoy granted an injunction last week preventing Brown Thomas from effecting its decision to dismiss an employee. Mary Mullen had brought a claim of bullying and harassment to the attention of her employers and was then told she was being dismissed.
In seeking the injunction, it was claimed that the Applicant’s dismissal arose from complaints made to Brown Thomas that the Applicant had been
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