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A Full Overview and Guide to UK Employment Law

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Employment Tribunals Guide 2008

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Restrictive Covenants and Garden Leave

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Statutory Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures

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Strategies for Dismissing Senior Executives

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The Issue of Misconduct

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Wrongful Dismissal - Guide for Employees and Template Calculations

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Case of the Month
4/2020
Legal expenses insurers - will not prevent an order for costs
In the case of Radia v Jeffreys International Limited, the EAT held that if the Claimant proceeds with litigation which has no reasonable prospect of success, the fact that it has been authorised by legal expense insurers will not prevent an order for costs being made against the Claimant directly. Costs are less rare in the Employment Tribunal than they used to be. Claimants have to ensure that they limit any claim to those which have genuine substance.
 
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