the unrepresented claimant who knew too much

Employment tribunals, being creatures of statute, have had an unhappy history when it comes to considering time limits and balancing adherence to them with general principles of fairness. As all those with experience of unfair dismissal claims will know, there is a strict time limit of three months for commencement of proceedings. The time limit…

can there be a finding of contributory fault following a constructive dismissal?

In Frith Accountants Limited v Mrs J Law the relatively narrow questions for the Employment Appeal Tribunal were whether someone who has been constructively dismissed can be held to have contributed to that dismissal, whether the basic award should have been adjusted to take into account the employee’s conduct and whether the assessment at 40%…

why do politicians “do God” and how does a “Christian UK” sit with employment law?

A great deal of hot air has been generated as a result of David Cameron’s decision to play up his faith in the Church of England. His article suggests a warm beer and village greens approach to his Christianity – “…I appreciate its liturgy, and the architecture and cultural heritage of its churches. My parents…