The High Court has recently dealt with two cases concerning the Protected Disclosures Act 2014. This is the legislation that was enacted in Ireland to… Read More »Are your protected disclosures merely grievances?
John Clarke was dismissed from his job in May 2019 but his employer was ordered by the Circuit Court to maintain his pay and benefits… Read More »Employer ordered to continue pay and benefits to dismissed employee
A Higher Education Officer in the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection has had his appeal to the High Court on ten points of… Read More »Whistleblower’s Appeal of Labour Court to the High Court on 10 Points of Law Dismissed
Employees need to be clear that any claim that they wish to advance under the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 will fail unless they can show… Read More »Protected Disclosures Do Not Make Employees Untouchable
When you claim that you have been penalised for having made a protected disclosure under the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 you need to be aware… Read More »The Crucial ‘But For’ Test in Penalisation for Making a Protected Disclosure Cases