Mullin & Leake v Department for Infrastructure Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment
Both of the claimants are employed by the Road Service which is part of the respondent. At first there was a procedural issue on the basis that the second claimant had not signed his ET1 form; instead it was signed by the first claimant on his behalf. The Respondent sought to have that claim struck out. However, the Tribunal found that the two cases were identical and that their grievance had been taken jointly by the respondent, the LRA dealt with both cases simultaneously and there would be no disadvantage to the respondent in allowing the cases to proceed simultaneously.
In 2018, the two claimants successfully applied to be included in the Emergency Response Controller
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