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Appeal against a decision by the ET that claims for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination brought by the Claimant against the Respondent were not out of time. Appeal allowed.
(03/04/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against a decision to allow various applications to amend holiday pay claims brought by a number of claimants where they were alleging that they had been underpaid. Appeal allowed.
(09/03/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against a decision that the claims were brought out of time and that it would not be just and equitable to extend time. Appeal allowed on the first ground only.
(08/03/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
9 questions relating to Mark Shulman's December 2016 article on time limits
(06/02/2017) resource CPD: 0/90 mins
Appeal against a decision not to allow the Respondent’s application for an extension of time to serve its response to the Claimant’s ET claim. Second appeal against a decision that the ET would determine remedy without need for a hearing and refusing the Respondent’s request to participate in the remedy stage of the proceedings after a liability hearing upheld the Claimant’s claims. First appeal allowed and remitted to the same ET, second appeal dismissed.
(31/01/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal by the Claimant against a decision of the ET not to extend the time for bringing her discrimination claim. Appeal dismissed.
(03/01/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
In this month's round-up, Mark Shulman, consultant solicitor with Keystone Law, looks at recent cases on unfair dismissal and discrimination time limits.
(14/12/2016) resource CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against the rejection of the Claimant's claim of unfair dismissal due to lack of jurisdiction. Appeal allowed and remitted to the ET.
(22/11/2016) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against the dismissal of the Claimant's claim because it was out of time. Appeal allowed.
(08/11/2016) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against a ruling that it had not been reasonably practicable for the Claimant to have presented her claims within the statutory three months and that her claim was presented within a reasonable time thereafter and that it was just and equitable to allow an extension of time in relation to the sex discrimination claim. Appeal allowed and remitted to a fresh Tribunal.
(02/11/2016) case CPD: 0/0 mins
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