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Listen to the latest episode of our Employment Law podcast series

AUTHOR(S): Bryan Dunne
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Employment, Pensions and Benefits
DATE: 18.06.2014

In this episode, Bryan discusses two recent High Court cases. The first case considers whether or not an employee should be allowed to cross examine witnesses at a disciplinary hearing. The second case is a classic case of bullying and harassment and again illustrates just how time consuming they can become for employers, but is a useful example of the High Court taking a very objective approach in dismissing the claim. Bryan also discusses other recent developments in the world of employment law.

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