King v. Aer Lingus PLC – Costs of proceedings, employment law

By: Mark Tottenham BL, on June 17, 2011

King v. Aer Lingus PLC [2011] IEHC 183 (High Court, Laffoy J, 14 February 2011)

High Court grants costs of employment law proceedings between order of Supreme Court and settlement of further action, on the grounds that the stance of the defendant necessitated the bringing of further proceedings.

Employment law - costs - secondment of employees to subsidiary of defendant company - order of High Court varied on appeal to Supreme Court - remittal of assessment to High Court - bringing of further related action - settlement of proceedings - whether stance adopted by defendant after Supreme Court order necessitated the bringing of further proceedings.


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