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Contingency fees in the ET to be abolished?

No-one’s daring to say so, but a press release by the Ministry of Justice is reviewing the whole caboodle. Some solicitors are getting worried. A contingency …

EAT Judgments

I’m delighted that I’ve at last spent 30 seconds stealing being inspired by Nick Holmes‘ use of a Yahoo Pipe to provide …

Always keepin’ a man down

I subscribe to the feed at http://wordpress.com/tag/employment/, which I’d only recommend if you’re adept at speed-reading: the amount of content with that …

Tesco and Trade Unions

This is a very interesting Comment is Free piece from an American trade union leader. It would seem that as Tesco expands …

Tweet

Twitter is the social networking phenomenon de jour. I’m on there, see: http://twitter.com/u_employed Now I’ve joined and mentioned it to people, I …

Strike out

Croke v Leeds City Council [2008] UKEAT 0512_07_2905 is a good example of a Tribunal’s decision to strike out (without hearing evidence) …