Book Publication: The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice, Procedure and Strategies for Success

25 June 2021

The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice, Procedure and Strategies for Success, Sixth Edition is a comprehensive guide to bringing and defending a claim in the employment tribunal. Using a step-by-step structure, with clear examples and illustrations of the rules and principles, it covers every stage from pre-action procedure and protocols through to conducting the hearing itself, as well as the appeal process.

The Handbook was put together by some of 5 Essex Chambers's Employment Team:

It provides commentary, practical examples and illustrations of rules and principles to place law and procedure in context, alongside precedents and templates for drafting key documents.

The Sixth Edition includes coverage of the changes to the tribunal fees structure after the Supreme Court deemed some associate fees unlawful, as well as changes to the rules of procedure and the associated claims process and forms.

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Authors

John-Paul Waite

Call 1995

Melvyn Harris

Call 1997

Alastair Hodge

Call 1997

Daniel Hobbs

Call 1998

Saara Idelbi

Call 2008

Cicely Hayward

Call 2009

Alex Ustych

Call 2010

Alice Meredith

Call 2013

David Messling

Call 2017

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