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|1 Aug 2004||Responce to Platform 08/04||Marc Jones, Turbervilles||ELA Briefing||read with interest the Platform on contingency fees in employment tribunals by John Hendy QC (ELA Briefing, July 2004, p86), which in my view was not only inaccurate but prejudicial to the m...|
|1 Aug 2004||New Tribunal Rules of Procedure||Shaman Kapoor, 2 Gray's Inn Square Chambers||ELA Briefing||The Department of Trade and Industry is introducing new rules of procedure in tribunals from 1 October this year. The changes are designed to make the tribunal system run more smoothly, organise the r...|
|1 Aug 2004||Tribunal Rules: a new era||Anthony Korn, barrister, 199 Strand||ELA Briefing||A sub-committee of the legislative & policy committee has responded to Department of Trade and Industry proposals to amend tribunal rules and revise the forms that are used to commence and defend proc...|
|1 Sep 2004||Platform 09/04||Paul Statham, Pattinson Brewer||ELA Briefing||In the last two issues of the Briefing there have been platform pieces on contingency fees in tribunal proceedings by John Hendy QC and Marc Jones. May I make a bold suggestion: implement the...|
|1 Nov 2004||Costs - the Current Trends||Gordon Wignall is a barrister at 36 Bedford Row and a part-time tribunal chairman||ELA Briefing|
|1 Nov 2004||Presenting Employment Tribunal Claims||Marc Jones, partner and Neesha Patel, associate, Turbervilles||ELA Briefing|
|1 Dec 2004||Platform 12/04||Christopher Camp, Hardwicke Building||ELA Briefing|
|1 Dec 2004||Money laundering and the Proceeds of Crime||Neil Russell, partner, BD Laddie; Adam Davis, barrister,2 Dyers Buildings||ELA Briefing||The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, which came into force on 24 February 2003, and the Money Laundering Regulations 2003 should be required reading for all employment lawyers. The legislation effectively ...|
|1 Dec 2004||The Rule of Absolute Judicial Immunity from Suit||Mohinderpal Sethi, barrister, No.1 Serjeants' Inn appeared pro bono as junior counsel for Miss Heath, instructed by Marc Jones of Turbervilles||ELA Briefing|
|1 Jan 2005||Tribunal Rules: a Chairman’s Personal view||Chris Tickle, regional chair, Bristol||ELA Briefing||Employment tribunals are coming to terms with the biggest change to their practices, procedures and substantive law since the Industrial Relations Act 1971. Familiar landmarks are shrouded in mist or ...|