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Tag Archives: tribunal claims

An employee has started a Tribunal claim – what the employer needs to know

When an employee or former employee wishes to bring a case against you to the Employment Tribunal they will have to complete an ET1 form. The form contains information such as name, address, grounds of complaint and what remedy is to be sought by the employee or former employee. The employee or former employee is [...]

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Employment Tribunals – the basics

What is an Employment Tribunal and what are the main points to know ? Employment tribunals deal with the vast majority of legal disputes arising from employment law. They are part of the judicial system but are separately organised from the main civil courts (The County Courts and the Supreme Court). There are a number [...]

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Possible pitfalls of no win no fee

Many prospective clients look for no win no fee employment law advice, and we can obviously understand why. First, such an arrangement transfers the risk to the solicitor and secondly, many employees can’t afford legal fees. I should also say from the outset that Darlingtons rarely undertake no win no fee work, for many of [...]

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