Home > Employment Law > IDS Practice and Procedure II: EAT 2023
Email Page to a Colleague
(* Denotes required field)
* Colleague’s email address
* Your email address
* Subject
The selected product information will be included in the email.
The email addresses you provide will not be used for any other purpose. You can view a detailed privacy statement here.
Your email has been sent.

IDS Practice and Procedure II: EAT 2023

IDS Practice and Procedure II: EAT 2023
IDS Employment Law Handbook
Practice Area:  Employment Law
ISBN:  9780414118713
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  10 Nov 2023
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
Enter a promotion code if you have one. Note: discount applied at Checkout Review Section
Promotion code:


The IDS Employment Law Handbook ‘Practice and Procedure II: EAT’ is an essential guide for those involved in cases before the Employment Appeal Tribunal in England and Wales and in Scotland. It explains clearly and in detail how appeals are instituted, processed and heard. Topics covered in depth in this Handbook include the judicial composition of the EAT; its appellate jurisdiction and potential grounds of appeal; the procedure for instituting an appeal and the documents required to be supplied; the time limit that applies to the lodging of an appeal and the circumstances in which it may be extended; the sift, preliminary hearings and case management; the rules governing the admission of evidence before the EAT; the format of EAT hearings, including the provision for remote hearings; and the circumstances in which costs may be awarded against a party. Practice and procedure in the employment tribunal is considered separately in IDS Employment Law Handbook, ‘Practice and Procedure I: Employment Tribunals’ (2023).

Thomson Reuters ProView Also available as an eBook on Thomson Reuters ProView

Thomson Reuters ProView™ is custom built for legal professionals like you.

Using ProView means you can connect to and interact with the content you rely on in new ways, wherever and whenever you like. Find out more about ProView.

Purchase this title as an eBook to start reading today:

If you’re interested in firmwide or multiple user access to this title on ProView then please contact us directly to discuss what options are available.


  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • 1 Composition and jurisdiction
  • 2 Processing an appeal
  • 3 Hearings and decisions
  • 4 Costs
  • Case list
  • Index


Thomson Reuters Westlaw UKCLEAR. CLEVER. CONCISE

This title is also available on Westlaw UK, so that you can access it anywhere, anytime.

Having online access to the books you trust through Westlaw UK can add a whole new dimension to how you work with the commentary and guidance found across the breadth of our titles.

Westlaw UK's smart navigation, links to primary law in combination with the expertise within our portfolio of books providing you with a seamless, coherent, and integrated research experience every time you need to refer to the text.

Having access to your book through Westlaw means:

Enhanced contents pages

  • Find what you’re looking for with ease, with content displayed clearly in easy-to-read tables
  • Print, download or email entire chapters or sections using tick boxes by content sets
  • Choose the way you view content sets with collapsible and expandable sections

Firm-wide availability

  • Everyone has access, at all times

Links to primary law

  • Jump directly to the authority you need with links to cases, legislation and journals

You can print/download/email

  • Print, download and email your documents quickly, for use offline or to share with colleague

Access chapter PDFs

  • Download chapters as they appear in print, ready for presentation in court

Supplement PDFs

  • Download whole supplements to a main edition in PDF, ready for court

PDF supplement navigation

  • Browse PDFs with ease using navigational aids and links within the document

A-Z indexing

  • Browse directly to the letter you wish to search, without having to navigate long documents


  • View tables of cases and legislation referred to it the text sorted alphabetically, and link directly to them

Pop-up footnotes

  • View footnotes alongside the text and avoid the need to refer to the end of documents

Call 0345 600 9355 or contact us to find out more.

back to top