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.
ACAS have just issued a document giving guidance. It can be found here The Government announced last year that they considered the current Questionnaire procedure in discrimination cases a burden on business and proposed abolishing it entirely. This is despite the procedure having been on the statute books in one form or another since the […]
The Court of Appeal have today referred the Government’s Appeal from the EAT decision in USDAW v Ethel Austin Limited (In Administration) and USDAW v WW Realisation1 Limited and Others (the so-called Woolies case) to the European Court (CJEU). The EAT decision can be found here. My original blog on the issue can be found […]
New Year predictions from Paul Statham A Happy New Year to you all! In July last year, ELA Briefing published an article by me, in which I looked into my crystal ball to predict the future of employment law in the light of all the changes introduced by the ConDems last year. You can find […]
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.
Pattinson & Brewer employment specialist Paul Statham will be speaking at the following two forthcoming employment law conferences, presented by the Institute of Employment Rights…
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