Procedural aspects of remedies hearing - Anderson v Turning Point Eespro [CA] 14.05.19 (Unreported)


Thu, 16 May 2019

An employment tribunal had acted fairly by adjourning a remedies hearing to allow an unrepresented employee, who was suffering from mental health problems, to obtain representation and by referring her case to the Bar Pro Bono Unit. When the hearing resumed the tribunal had been entitled to trust that the representative would request any further adjustments, if required. There was no rule that every case with a vulnerable or disabled witness required a ground rules hearing.




Category: Employment »  Remedies; Tribunal procedure. Area(s) of law: Employment; Litigation.
Source: [2019] EWCA Civ 815

 

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