Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2009

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Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2009 is the indispensable resource for employment practitioners, providing all you need to advise clients confidently and to appear in tribunal. It draws together key legislation, procedural rules, Codes of Practice and Practice Directions as well as in-depth analysis of law and procedure in one convenient portable volume.

The essential work for employment practice is back with a brand new edition. Providing comprehensive coverage of ...

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Overview


Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2009 is the indispensable resource for employment practitioners, providing all you need to advise clients confidently and to appear in tribunal. It draws together key legislation, procedural rules, Codes of Practice and Practice Directions as well as in-depth analysis of law and procedure in one convenient portable volume.

The essential work for employment practice is back with a brand new edition. Providing comprehensive coverage of practice and procedure in the employment tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and Central Arbitration Committee, Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2009 includes specialist coverage of issues that frequently arise at tribunal, such as calculation of costs, application of TUPE and guidance on drafting of compromise agreements.

Alongside the latest developments in law and procedure and guidance on the key areas of substantive law, other features of the book include:

· All the material you need when preparing for and during a case in tribunal or court in one convenient portable volume
· Unparalleled coverage and practical explanation of employment law and procedure in the employment tribunal and civil courts
· Eminent author team, headed by John Bowers QC, bring together consummate experience of every aspect of employment law and practice, ensuring unrivalled quality and clear, practical insight
· Updated annually, the 2009 edition has been extensively revised to contain full coverage of all recent developments, such as the:
· Employment Act 2008 and the new ACAS code on Discipline and Grievance
· Wide range of flowcharts and procedural checklists provide immediate clarification of complex procedural issues
· Clear page design ensures easy navigation and quick access to essential information
· Quick reference guides to the book organized by procedure and by substantive law
· An expanded chapter on the taxation of tribunal awards and compromises by Jonathan Schwarz
· Case summaries of the principal employment law cases including key quotes

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780199556618
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 5/27/2009
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 1000
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

John Bowers is a barrister at Littleton Chambers in London, where he specializes in Employment Law, Discrimination Law, Pensions Law and Judicial Review. He also practices in the Human Rights field and has appeared in the European Court of Human Rights. He has appeared regularly before the Central Arbitration Committee on recognition claims. He undertakes considerable Pro Bono work and acts as the Chairman of the Employment Law Bar Association and an employment tribunal Chairman. He is also a member of the Local Government Standards Board for England. John is a Recorder and Master of the Bench at Middle Temple and an Honorary Professor at the University of Hull, and also delivers frequent lectures on employment law to solicitors, businessmen and trade unionists. Damian Brown and Gavin Mansfield are barristers at Littleton Chambers. Anthony Korn is a barrister at No.5 Chambers. Julia Palca and Catherine Taylor are partners at Olswang. Simon Forshaw is a barrister at Littleton Chambers.

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Table of Contents

Part A: Tribunal Procedure
1. Jurisdiction and Consitiution
2. Claim Form
3. Time Limits
4. The Response
5. Conciliation and Settlement
6. Case Management
7. Interim Applications: Pre-hearing review and Other Preliminary Issues
8. Contractural Claims
9. The Hearing
10. Bias and Improper Conduct of Hearing
11. Judgments, Decisions, and Orders
12. Costs
13. Review
14. Enforcement of Tribunal Awards
15. Equal Pay
16. Special Jurisdictions
17. Human Rights Claims
18. Group Litigation
19. Employment Appeal Tribunal
Part B: Procedure in Other Jurisdictions
20. Employment Litigation in the Civil Courts
21. Court of Appeal
22. References to the ECJ
23. The Certification Officer
24. The Central Arbitration Committee
Part C: Remedies
25. Remedies for Unfair Dismissal
26. Reducing Unfair Dismissal Compensation
27. Remedies in Discrimination Cases
28. Recoupement of Benefits
29. Interest on Employment Tribunal Awards
30. Tax Treatment of Tribunal Awards and Compromises
Part D: The Substantive Law
31. Dismissal
32. Redundancy
33. Equal Pay and Discrimination
34. Unlawful Deductions from Wages
35. Transfer of Undertakings
Appendices
Appendix 1 - Selected Legislation Appendix 2 - Practice Directions Appendix 3 - Codes of Practice Appendix 4 - Case Summaries Appendix 5 - Financial Information Appendix 6 - Forms and Precedents Appendix 7 - Tables Appendix 8 - Note on Tribunal Procedure and Appeals in Scotland

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