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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Employment Court Practice 2008 2nd ed

Edited by: Jonathan Swift, Chris Chapman

ISBN13: 9781847037091
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847034533
Published: May 2008
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & Supplement
Price: £229.00

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The Essential Court Book for Employment Practitioners Employment Court Practice is a court reference work that gives employment practitioners clear, practical analysis and insight on the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal Rules. In addition to the Rules, Employment Court Practice offers expert commentary on all facets of employment litigation including taking appeals to the Court of Appeals and specialist areas such as limitation and statutory dispute resolution. * Features Rule by Rule expert annotation that provides invaluable advice on best practice by referring to case law, legislation, and practice codes * Allows you to track changes in the law by showing commencement dates for each Rule or Regulation showing when it came into force with reference to previous amendments * Analyses complex areas of procedure such as territorial jurisdiction and dispute resolution so that answers can be found quickly when preparing a case * Helps resolve key elements of employment law claims in areas including pensions loss and compensation awards by offering guidance on procedural issues * Provides essential information such as EAT forms, useful addresses and websites and a table outlining the list of time limits for cases * Clear presentation including thumb tabs, clear headings, font differentiation between expert comment and statutory materials and extensive cross-referencing

Employment Law