Bryan Dunne covers a recent decision of the Irish Court of Appeal that was handed down at the end of January, the case of Nano Nagle Primary School, a school for children with disabilities, against Marie Daly.  It dealt with the very practical question of just how far an employer is required to go to provide reasonable accommodation to an employee with a disability in the workplace and at what point an employer can lawfully conclude that an employee’s disability is such that they are no longer capable of performing the role that they have been hired for.

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