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IDS Employment Tribunal Practice & Procedure 2018
IDS Employment Tribunal Practice & Procedure 2018
IDS Employment Law Handbook 2018
Practice Area:  Employment Law
ISBN:  9780414067059
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  06 Nov 2018
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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The Employment Tribunal Practice and Procedure IDS Handbook is a detailed guide on how the employment tribunal system works and how tribunal decisions can be challenged. The Handbook examines the tribunal system in detail and covers the mandatory early conciliation scheme, as well as the rules governing the settlement of claims. The Handbook also explains the impact of the abolition of the tribunal fees regime in July 2017.

Other topics explained in the Handbook include:

  • Employment tribunal jurisdiction
  • Time limits for bringing claims
  • The judicial sift
  • Case management and preliminary hearings
  • Striking out
  • Conduct of the hearing
  • Reconsideration of employment judgments and decisions
  • Enforcement of tribunal decisions
  • Appeals to the Employment Appeal Tribunal
Employment tribunals
Tribunals’ jurisdiction
Conciliation, settlements and ADR
Starting tribunal proceedings
Time limits
Defending a claim
Judicial sift
Responding to opponent’s case
Service of notice and documents
Withdrawal of claims
Case management
Main hearing
Tribunal judgments
Reconsideration of tribunal judgments and decisions
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Processing an appeal
EAT hearings and decisions
Costs, penalties and fees
Enforcement of tribunal awards

“We love the IDS books, they are the best reference books for employment lawyers…”

- Beverley Sunderland, Director, Crossland Employment Solicitors


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