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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Employment Tribunal Remedies 4th ed isbn 9780199586417

Employment Tribunal Compensation 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780199288113
ISBN: 0199288119
New Edition ISBN: 9780199586417
Previous Edition ISBN: 1854316362
Published: December 2005
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Over recent years the jurisdiction of the Employment Tribunal has increased dramatically - the vast majority of employment claims are now brought here. And as the value of claims has increased, so too has the complexity of compensation awards and agreements - legal advisers now routinely need to advise on tax and pensions issues. Developments in employment law - notably in discrimination law - have also increased the range of actions brought.

Employment Tribunal Compensation provides a comprehensive, practical and accessible guide to the financial awards available for every type of claim brought to the Tribunal, including wrongful dismissal, unfair dismissal, redundancy, discrimination, equal pay and claims for unpaid wages.

Based on Anthony Korn's well regarded text Compensation for Dismissal, this new edition has been designed with the Tribunal practitioner in mind and has been substantially revised to include a detailed new section on discrimination compensation as well as a fully updated section on compensation for unfair dismissal (including a chapter on compensation for loss of pension rights written by Raymond Jeffers, Head of the London Employment Group at Linklaters).

  • Comprehensive: provides extensive coverage of compensation for every type of claim to the Employment Tribunal
  • Practical: includes specific guidance on award calculation (including worked examples) and key practical issues including case preparation and evidence, Tribunal procedure, settlement, and tax liabilities
  • Analytical: examines the principles underlying Employment Tribunal awards and their continuing development
  • Extensively revised and updated: includes recent case law on the calculation of future loss, the relevance of the Ogden tables and the reduction of damages for contributory fault in unfair dismissal claims, and details changes brought about since implementation of the dispute resolution procedures under the Employment Act 2002
  • New chapter on awards in discrimination cases - which can extend to compensation for injury to feelings and injury to health
  • Fully revised chapter on compensation for loss of pension rights written by Raymond Jeffers - Head of the London Employment Group at Linklaters
  • Compact and accessible: enables the busy practitioner to access the information required easily
  • Up to date: accompanied by a regularly updated companion website, to include significant case law and statutory developments and relevant rate changes

Employment Law
Part I: Compensation for Wrongful Dismissal
1. Compensation for Wrongful Dismissal
2. Tax and miscellaneous matters
Part II: Compensation for Unfair Dismissal
3. Re-employment order and the additional award
4. Unfair Dismissal: The basic award
5. A week's pay
6. The compensatory award: general principles
7. Calculating the compensatory award: loss of earnings
8. Calculating the compensatory award: fringe benefits and expenses
9. Calculating the compensatory award: pensions
10. Calculating the compensatory award: manner of dismissal
11. Calculating the compensatory award: loss of statutory rights
12. Reducing unfair dismissal compensation: justice and equity
13. Mitigation of loss
14. Contributory fault
15. Ex gratia payments and other deductions
16. Recoupment regulations, tax and miscellaneous matters
Part III: Compensation for Redundancy
17. Compensation for redundancy
Part IV: Compensation for discrimination
18. Compensation in discrimination and equal pay cases
Part V: Compensation for other claims
19. Compensation for other claims
Part VI: Tribunal Procedures in compensation claims
20. Tribunal Procedures in compensation claims
Part VII: Settlement