The Government has decided to introduce a system of fees in Employment Tribunals. A consultation exercise asking for views on different options has just concluded. Paul Statham of Pattinson & Brewer solicitors who co-chaired a committee of the Employment Lawyers Association summarises their response.
Pattinson & Brewer employment specialist Paul Statham is further exasperated by the practical problems people are encountering as they attempt to navigate the treacherous waters of the Government’s new Employment Tribunal fee remission system.
Since 2010 Julie Winn, our York-based legal specialist on asbestos, has been Chair of the national Joint Union Asbestos Committee (JUAC). With the aim of making all UK schools safe from the dangers of asbestos, JUAC works closely with the Department for Education steering group, Asbestos in Schools (AIS).
Denise Kitchener, our Business Development Director, reflects the firm’s dismay at the Government’s latest assault on employee rights…
For employment specialist Paul Statham, the real interest of this lengthy document centres around what the Government does NOT intend to do, and the problems that might create with our European partners…
The Legislative and Policy Committee of the ELA (Employment Lawyers Association) set up a working group under the chairmanship of Paul Statham of Pattinson & Brewer to consider and comment on the discussion paper ”Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Bill-Certification of Trade Union Membership Details” published by BIS in July 2013.
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