Ailbhe Dennehy's Case Law Review 2018

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 24 January 2019
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In this session, Ailbhe Dennehy revises what she considers to be the top employment cases from 2018 and sets out learning points and takeaway actions to put into practice.

Cases covered in this session include:

  1. Dunboyne Castle v Ribiero; Castle Durrow v Young; A Banker v A Bank – whether an employer's decision to dismiss is within the range of reasonable responses and the importance of impartiality and independence at the investigative stage;
  2. Hurley v An Post and McCarthy v ISS Ireland – an update on workplace bullying case-law before the High Court and Court of Appeal;
  3. O'Hara v Kepak – to what extent are employers liable for employees exceeding the maximum weekly working hours by logging

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