How much will an Employment Tribunal cost me?

Our approach to employment tribunals It’s fairly rare for one of our cases to be heard in the employment tribunal, unless that is our client’s wish, as our objective is always to resolve disputes to our clients’ satisfaction while incurring… Read on

Work involved preparing for an Employment Tribunal hearing

We set out the steps commonly involved in preparing for an employment tribunal hearing. Drafting the claim form (ET1) and reviewing the response (ET3) – or vice versa depending on who is opponent Drafting further questions about the response/claim and… Read on

Calderbank offer

A calderbank offer is an offer from one party to another in a dispute, via correspondence marked “without prejudice save as to costs”.  This is generally intended to put the other party on notice that this is a serious attempt… Read on

Employment tribunal fees may be re-introduced

It has been reported that the government is looking at re-introducing fees for bringing  claims in the employment tribunal. Fees were abolished following UNISON’s legal challenge to their introduction, on the basis that they denied claimants access to justice. BackgroundRead on

Shared parental pay and sex discrimination: another decision

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has allowed an appeal in a case brought by a police officer about the practice of paying employees on shared parental leave (SPL) only statutory shared parental pay, while female employees on maternity leave receive… Read on

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