Employment Tribunal Remedies & Fees Update

Employment Tribunal Remedies & Fees Update

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A timely update on remedies & fees from Benjamin Gray, the General Editor of the Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook

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Date & Venue

  • When? 5pm, 19th September 2017: NOTE CHANGE OF DATE (originally scheduled for the 12th)
  • Where? Online (all you need is a PC and speakers):
  • How much? Free
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About the webinar

Ben will update listeners on the changes to remedies available in the ET and the relevant caselaw, including the recent Court of Appeal case in De Souza v Vinci Construction (UK) Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 879 which confirms that the Simmons v Castle uplift should be applied to awards for injury to feelings in the ET.

He will also be talking about the new guidelines for calculating pension loss (which are due to be published in August) and of course, he will discuss the implications of the recent Supreme Court case R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor [2017] UKSC 51 which has ruled that Tribunal fees are unlawful.

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About the Presenter

Benjamin Gray of Littleton Chambers is the General Editor of the ​Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook. He is an experienced junior barrister with a practice encompassing employment, commercial, insolvency and public law. He has a busy practice with a significant amount of time doing advocacy in Courts and Tribunals.

He is experienced and good at conducting short-notice and complex advocacy, including in injunction proceedings and through duty schemes such as ELIPS and ELAAS. His experience ranges from high-value commodities arbitration through Judicial Review to complex whistleblowing and discrimination cases.

Benjamin was appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown in February 2017.

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Who should listen?

This webinar is essential for anyone who needs to understand the latest caselaw and legislation relating to remedies in the ET including:
  • Employment law advisers​
  • Trade Union Representatives
  • Judges in the ET and EAT
  • HR managers
  • Litigants in person
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How to register

The webinar is free of charge. Just add it to your cart and proceed - you will not be charged. We will send you joining instructions nearer the time.

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