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This book contains a mass of legal and practical information within a compact, user-friendly format, providing a concise introduction to the law relating to termination of employment.
Written by experienced practitioners, Termination of Employment is an invaluable aide-memoire for the busy practitioner, providing practical advice on all stages of an unfair dismissal case, from considering the merits (or demerits) of the claim to presenting the case before an employment tribunal and appealing (or defending an appeal) to the EAT.
The text is supported throughout by an array of helpful checklists. Fully up-to-date, the book provides coverage of important developments in the field since the last edition, such as the 2009 ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures.
John Bowers QC is one of the leading employment barristers in the UK, practising from Littleton Chambers. He has written over fifteen books, and is a frequent contributor to the Law Society Gazette, New Law Journal and Industrial Law Journal. He is a Recorder on the Midland Circuit and a former Chair of the Employment Law Bar Association.
Carol Davis is an employment and commercial law specialist at Littleton Chambers. She has co-authored numerous articles on aspects of employment law and has lectured on a number of topics, including whistle blowing, discrimination law, disciplinary and grievance matters.