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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Employment Tribunal Claims: Tactics and Precedents 4th ed

ISBN13: 9781908407351
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781903307700
Published: December 2013
Publisher: Legal Action Group
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £38.00

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Claimants and their advisers finding themselves before an employment tribunal or the Employment Appeal Tribunal are faced with many procedures and rules that can confuse and mystify. Employment Tribunal Claims brings together an extensive collection of precedents with advice on the tactics needed to win a case.

This is not a book of substantive law - it concentrates on the practical, guiding claimant and advisers through the unwritten rules and pitfalls of tribunal procedure, providing insight into the 'mind' of the tribunal and giving helpful tips on successful letter writing, submissions, cross-examination and draft directions.

The fourth edition is updated to include:-

  • The new Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013
  • Tribunal fees and fee remission, including expanded advice on deciding whether to bring a claim
  • Guidance on the Early Conciliation Process (coming into force in 2014)
There is depth and variety to give reassurance to beginners in the field. Employment Tribunal Claims will also serve as an excellent occasional resource for the established practitioner looking for some borrowed experience of a particular problem.

Employment Tribunal Claims is supported by etclaims.co.uk which is maintained by the authors and provides a searchable update on developments in law and practice relevant to the material covered in the book, plus further additional hints on tactics.

Employment Law
1. Preliminary matters
2. Starting the claim
3. Steps in the proceedings
4. Getting information from the other side
5. Witnesses
6. Negotiation
7. Preparation for the main hearing
8. The hearing
9. Tribunal advocacy
10. Compensation and other remedies
11. The decision: costs, correction and reconsideration
12. Appealing
13. The EAT hearing and after