The esssential plain English guide to employment claims for claimants, small employers & their advisers
Managing an employment claim, or representing yourself or your small business in an employment tribunal, can be daunting but, with the help of this new book, it is not impossible.
Employment Claims without a Lawyer leads you through the whole process - from an initial grievance to the hearing itself - in clear plain language so that you can get a complete view of what’s involved and how to best present your case.
The author, David Curwen, is a barrister with 32 years of experience representing claimants and businesses and has distilled his experience to provide the practical tips and background law you need to take on this task with greater confidence.
Importantly he also covers the steps both employee and employer need to consider when a problem first arises.
So whether you are representing yourself because you cannot afford to involve professional advisers or you are involved in a potential claim and want to know more about the process this book is essential reading.
Scores of useful documents & features included:
About the Author
David Curwen is an experinced barrister with the employment law team at Unity Street Chambers in Bristol. His varied experience - acting for both employees and employers - has given him a rich insight into what those representing themselves without the help of a lawyer need to know
Look Inside for full contents & extract
This free extract contains the full list of contents, the Introduction, chapters on Pre-claim matters and Discrimination plus a small selection of the incredibly useful library of model letters and documents set out in the book.
Whats new in this revised 1st edition
This revised 1st edition has been updated primarily to take account of the introduction in October 2016 of judicial assessment, a move to encourage early settlement of claims proceedings to a tribunal.
New material on tribunal fees is also included as well as updates to the caps, limits and other rates used for calculating an award.
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