What is the current state of the law on workplace disputes in Northern Ireland?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Fredericks v. 2753014 Canada Inc., 2008 NSSC 377 (CanLII):

Speaking in Adams v. Cusack 2006 NSCA 9, Cromwell J.A. summed it up in these terms: “Workplace disputes should generally not go to court when there is a comprehensive statutory scheme for dealing with them”. (at paragraph 1)

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