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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Employment Court Practice 2008 2nd ed isbn 9781847037091

Employment Court Practice 2007 with Supplement

Edited by: Jonathan Swift, Chris Chapman

ISBN13: 9781847034533
New Edition ISBN: 9781847037091
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847030252
Published: April 2007
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & Supplement
Price: Out of print



Employment Court Practice is a new court reference work for employment practitioners divided into two parts. Part One contains clear, practical advice on the Rules and Regulations, while Part Two covers the more complex procedural elements.

In one portable hardback volume it covers Employment and Employment Appeal Tribunal Rules, Regulations and Practice Directions; Civil Procedure Rules Part 52 and Practice Directions.

  • The Supplement was published in December 2007
  • Expert opinion follows each section of a Rule, Regulation and Practice Direction to provide greater clarity to their meaning.
  • Includes invaluable advice on best practice; referring to case law, legislation and practice codes.
  • Each Rule or Regulation starts with a commencement date showing when it came into force with reference to previous amendments, therefore showing how the law was changed.
  • Solutions focused: Part Two highlights and analyses complex areas of procedure such as territorial jurisdiction, compensation, time limitation and dispute resolution.
  • Provides expert analysis of procedural issues relating to pensions loss, salaries and benefits in relation to compensation awards.
  • Written by an authoritative team of expert practitioners giving unique insight into how the courts work in practice.
  • Thumb tabs, clear headings, font differentiation between expert comment and statutory materials and extensive cross-referencing make it easy to find the information needed.
  • Provides essential information for the employment practitioner including EAT forms, useful addresses and websites and a table outlining the list of time limits for cases.

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
Table of Abbreviations
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of EC Secondary Legislation
Table of Treaties and Conventions
Table of Civil Procedure Rules
Table of Cases
Table of European Court of Justice Cases
Part 1: Employment Litigation Procedure
Employment Tribunals Act 1996
Employment Tribunals Regulations
Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure
Employment Appeal Tribunal Rules 1993
Practice Direction (Employment Appeal Tribunal Procedure) 2004
Civil Procedure Rules Part 52
Civil Procedure Rules Part 52, Practice Direction
Part 2: Issues in Employment Litigation Practice
Limitation
Employment Act 2002
Employment Act 2002 (Dispute Resolution) Regulations 2004
The Territorial Jurisdiction of Employment Tribunals
Employment Tribunals Extension of Jurisdiction (England & Wales) Order 1994
EU Law Claims in the Employment Tribunal
The Application of the Human Rights Act 1998 in the Employment Tribunal and Fair Trial Rights
Statutory Questionnaires in Discrimination Claims
Compensation, Remedies and Interest
Compromising Claims
Appendix 1
Addresses and contact details for Employment Tribunals in England Wales and Scotland