The Irish Supreme Court in Zalewski v Adjudication Officer has rejected a number of arguments challenging the constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Act 2015 and related legislation. However, certain aspects of the procedures operated by the Workplace Relations Commission do not adequately protect the constitutional rights of parties seeking redress. This legal update provides a background on this case as well as the Irish Supreme Court decision, an overview of the publishing of two minority judgments, resulting consequences and key takeaways for employers following this case. Click the PDF below to read more.
April 27, 2021
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