Isaac sues AG and education minister

In her claim filed by the law firm Simon, Rogers, Murdoch, the former executive secretary of the Board of Education (BoE), is seeking a declaration that Cabinet’s decision to suspend her in July, was “arbitrary, wrong in law, and without legal basis; and is void and of no effect.”

She also wants the High Court to declare that the education minister had no authority to direct or instruct her in her role as executive secretary of the board.

Isaac wants a further ruling that the investigation into her duties and the reasons given are without legal basis.

The official, who said she was constructively dismissed, has worked at the Board since 2001. She was suspended on July 18 for 28 days for allegedly defying the education minister’s orders.

Isaac wants damages for diminution of reputation, as well as exemplary damages against Minister Browne.

The 2014/2015 law year opens today after the annual summer vacation, therefore a date for the judge to give trial directions to the parties is yet to be set.


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