Appeal lodged an hour late disallowed

A claimant wishing to lodge an appeal against a Tribunal decision has been time-barred although the application was only made an hour late. Background The claimant in this case (J v. K) argued that he was disabled due to depression… Read on

Early conciliation: only 1 allowed

We report on a case where the Claimant started the early conciliation process twice. Although the second early conciliation would have put their claim within the valid timeframe, it did not count. The claim was therefore out of time. Background… Read on

Discussing case during evidence: BBC get lucky

A sex discrimination case brought against the BBC by one of its journalists, Ms Chidzoy, has been struck out because she was heard talking to a journalist during the adjournment. Witnesses are not allowed to talk about their cases while… Read on

Extending Tribunal time limits

Time limits in Employment Tribunals are extremely tight and we are seeing a number of cases where claimants are the Tribunal for extensions because they have put their complaints in too late. The Tribunal does have the power to extend… Read on

New Employment Tribunal Limits for April 2017

Maximum and minimum awards in the Employment Tribunal will increase from 6 April 2017 in the following key ways: Unfair dismissal: cap on compensation awards rises from £78,962 to £80,541 Basic award: minimum basic awards for automatically unfair dismissal (for… Read on

Employment Tribunal judgments on-line service launched

The Ministry of Justice has launched its new website, where all Tribunal judgments will be published. There are already over 100 up on the site. The cases are searchable by the name of the parties, the date, judgments or the… Read on

Contact Us