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Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2008 is a tailor-made reference for practitioners advising and representing parties in employment litigation in the employment tribunal and civil courts. Complete, self-contained, and in one portable volume, the book draws together the relevant legislation, procedural rules, Codes of Practice, and Practice Directions, and offers in-depth analysis from a team of highly respected practitioners.
This title provides complete coverage of practice and procedure in the employment tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and Central Arbitration Committee, as well as employment issues in the High Court and Court of Appeal. It is fully up to date with the latest developments in law and procedure, and provides expert guidance on the key areas of substantive law - including summaries of the leading cases.
Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2008 also includes specialist coverage of issues that frequently arise at the tribunal, including calculation of compensation, guidelines for general damages in discrimination cases, guidance on drafting of compromise agreements, group litigation, and consent orders. Other features of the book include a chapter on taxation of awards by Jonathan Schwarz of 3 Temple Gardens Tax Chambers and a chapter on Employment Tribunal Procedure in Scotland by Brian Napier QC of Fountain Court Chambers.
Designed specifically for the busy tribunal practitioner, the book's clear and accessible page design ensures quick reference and easy access to key information, and its wide range of procedural checklists clarifies complex areas.
Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2008 is an essential reference tool for solicitors and barristers practicing employment law, employment tribunal chairmen, as well as trade union officials, CAB advisers, human resources officers and employment consultants.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Product dimensions:||9.70(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.60(d)|
About 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 practises 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 is a barrister at Old Square Chambers. Anthony Korn is a barrister at No.5 Chambers. Gavin Mansfield is a barrister at Littleton Chambers. Julia Palca and Catherine Taylor are partners at Olswang.
Table of Contents
PART A - TRIBUNAL PROCEDURE