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7 Oct 2014
In DLA Piper’s latest case report, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) granted a restriction of proceedings order preventing the submission...
18 Sep 2014
The Lord Chancellor has given Unison the green light to launch a judicial review...
11 Sep 2014
Employment tribunal receipts continue to record a dramatic year-on-year decline, according to the latest round of quarterly statistics from the...
9 Sep 2014
A Labour government would completely reform the employment tribunal system the party has announced.
Speaking at the TUC Congress in...
3 Sep 2014
Early conciliation is being used by around 1,600 people per week, according to statistics from Acas released today.
29 Jul 2014
The introduction of employment tribunal fees has “severely limited access to justice for workers”, with worrying consequences for the future...
23 Jun 2014
This week, we report on an award of more than £700,000 to 20 older drivers who were dismissed after their...
12 Jun 2014
The number of individual claims taken to employment tribunal dropped by 59% in the first three months of this year,...
11 Jun 2014
A Government-commissioned survey of the employment tribunal system has found that around half of claimants would reconsider proceeding with their...
9 Jun 2014
Two female sales executives based in London’s Mayfair will receive “substantial” awards for sex discrimination after they successfully claimed that...
27 May 2014
This week, we look at some recent employment tribunal decisions in which the issue was whether or not employees accused...
19 May 2014
Unison’s challenge to the introduction of employment tribunal fees will go to the Court of Appeal, after the trade union...
19 May 2014
A Belfast dock worker who was dismissed after reacting to homophobic abuse has been awarded more than £45,000. Stephen Simpson...
12 May 2014
An employment judge granted a restricted reporting order to a “household name” in a sex discrimination claim brought by the...
4 November 2014, 2:00pm GMT
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