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Employment Claims Without a Lawyer: A Handbook for Litigants in Person


ISBN13: 9780956777430
Published: September 2015
Publisher: Bath Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £24.99



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Representing yourself or your small business in an employment tribunal can be daunting but, with the help of this new book, it is not impossible.

Employment Claims without a Lawyer leads you through the whole process in clear plain language so that you can get a complete view of what’s involved and how to best present your case.

The author, David Curwen, is a barrister with 32 years of experience representing claimants and businesses and has distilled his experience to provide the practical tips and background law you need to take on this task with greater confidence.

Importantly he also covers the steps both employee and employer need to consider when a problem first arises. So whether you are representing yourself because you cannot afford to involve professional advisers or you are involved in a potential claim and want to know more about the process this book is essential reading.

KEY FEATURES

  • scores of practical examples & invaluable model letters for you to use in your case
  • all documents also available for download via noemploymentlawyer.co.uk - see book for details
  • practical advice from both the employee’s and employer’s viewpoint
Who should buy the book?

  • Employees thinking about, or progressing, a claim against their employers
  • Small business owners defending themselves against an employee claim
  • HR consultants advising clients through the process
  • HR managers seeking a clear explanation of employment law & tribunal procedure

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Pre-claim matters, grievance and disciplinary procedures
3. Unfair dismissal
4. Discrimination
5. Disputes about pay
6. Transfer of Undertakings
7. Time Limits
8. Early conciliation
9. Tribunal fees and remission
10. Making a claim
11. Responding to a claim
12. What happens next, summary of procedure
13. Amending a claim
14. Additional information
15. Preliminary hearings
16. Disclosure of documents
17. Schedule of Loss
18. Settlement Agreements
19. Witness Statements
20. Preparing for the Hearing
21. The Hearing
22. Judgments and orders
23. Costs
24. Appeals
APPENDICES: Model letters & documents, useful websites & glossaryl