The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal by County Louth Vocational Education Committee regarding proceedings before the Equality Tribunal concerning an allegation of discrimination on grounds of gender and sexual orientation made by a retired teacher against his former employer, County Louth Vocational Education Committee (VEC).

The original claim identified two specific incidents only, and the substantive point at issue was whether the equality officer was confined in her inquiry to those particular incidents, or whether for redress purposes she may also investigate other alleged incidents, stretching back over a decade, which were first notified after the statutory time period for the making of a complaint had passed.

The above is from post by Róise Connolly on Irish Legal. Read full post