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Scottish lawyers call for tribunal fees review

The Law Society of Scotland has called for a review of employment tribunal fees, describing them as “a major barrier to access to justice”, the BBC reports.

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Over half the cases heard by Employment Tribunals involve sex discrimination

The proportion of employment tribunal cases relating to sex discrimination is growing, research has shown.

Discrimination cases now make up 55 per cent of the total employment tribunal workload — the highest level for four years and a rise from 38 per cent two years ago. 93 more words

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Employment Tribunals

By way of an update, the Ministry of Justice has published tribunal statistics for January to March 2014 which show a continuation in the reduction in the number of claims since fees were introduced in July 2013.  264 more words

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Religious and philosophical belief

Cases about religious and philosophical beliefs have been in the headlines recently. The aim of this brief guide is to give you more of an understanding of this complex area of law. 308 more words

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Seldon v Clarkson Wright and Jakes - the saga ends…?

Section 13(2) of the Equality Act 2010, tells us it is unlawful to operate a compulsory retirement age, unless it can be objectively justified.

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Sacked surgeon wins backing of employment tribunal

An employment tribunal has ruled a top surgeon was unlawfully and wrongfully dismissed by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust over allegations of sexually harassing two junior doctors. 61 more words

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Employment Tribunal fees - to stay or not to stay?

The Enterprise Minister, Matthew Hancock, reported recently in the Telegraph that “It was clear that a system that was meant to protect employees from bullying bosses had gone badly… 241 more words

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