In the majority of cases, before bringing a complaint to an employment tribunal, the claimant must first contact ACAS... Read more
Legal costs are not automatically awarded by the tribunal to either party following a case. However, the employment... Read more
The court system is under pressure of resources. If you case is adjourned it will be heard at a later date which will be... Read more
It is important to make sure that you understand why your case has been listed for a preliminary hearing. This will most... Read more
The court or tribunal will issue case management orders to assist in the preparation of your case for hearing. These... Read more
Your case will usually be heard either by a single specialist employment judge sitting alone or by a panel of three... Read more
A claim for discrimination must be brought within 3 months (less a day) of the discriminatory event. Claims outside... Read more
A claim for unfair dismissal must be received by the tribunal within 3 months of an employee’s effective date of... Read more
An employer will be sent a copy of the claimant’s ET1 form together with correspondence from the tribunal about the... Read more
For most claims (although not all) a claimant must firstly comply with the requirements of ACAS Early Conciliation.... Read more
An employer or employee is entitled to represent themselves in the employment tribunal or county court and an effort to... Read more
How can I use the services of an employment barrister? Sometimes employers utilise the services of a barrister to... Read more
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