The ET1 form

In an employment tribunal case, the primary form that is used to file the case with the tribunal is also the one that was  referred to time and time again throughout the prooceedings. The judge used it as a guide to what I was stating and what I wanted and what he can apply the law to. This was  true…

Burden of proof – what does it mean?

I heard this mentioned a lot in court, now I can safely confirm, it means this: The Wikipedia definition of this is as follows: The burden of proof is often associated with the Latin maxim semper necessitas probandi incumbit ei qui agit, the best translation of which seems to be: “the necessity of proof always…

THE COURT DIDN’T TELL ME TO FILE PRECEDENT H! WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE PARTIES FAIL TO FILE COSTS BUDGETS BECAUSE OF BEING MISLED BY A COURT FORM?

Originally posted on Civil Litigation Brief:
The penalties for failing to file Precedent H in time are draconian.  What happens if the parties do not file Precedent H because they are misled by the court directions? In Aliasghas Porbanderwalla –v- Daybridge Ltd HH Judge Worster allowed an appeal against an order limiting both parties to Court…

My campaign – Change UK Employment law

Change UK Employment Law To: Jenny Willmott   WHY? To give employees more employment rights that are more easily enforceable without having to take employment tribunal action. To create a system of employment referencing that stops employers badly referencing employees, unlawfully. To make employment law and the systems that function around them more transparent and…