Tribunals & Courts

Employment lawyers unconvinced by Tory pledge to expand workers’ rights

Recent rises in tribunal fees make any new employment rights meaningles

15 May 2017

MoJ ‘fiddling while Rome burns’ with extended court hours pilot

‘It is hard enough to juggle work and home without evening sittings,’ say

11 May 2017

After effects of the asylum process

A recent decision provides a potential, albeit belated, remedy to appellants who have been through the detained fast-track system and lost, writes Ric

07 Mar 2017

Questions of employment tribunal procedure

Snigdha Nag discusses procedural issues such as the employment tribunal’s approach to time limits and decisions regarding Acas earl

14 Feb 2017

Law Society still wary of MoJ’s digital court reforms

Chancery Lane remains concerned over lack of safeguards for vulnerabl

10 Feb 2017

FDACs face challenging future

Local stakeholders question whether problem-solving court provides value fo

02 Feb 2017

A mistake no lawyer should have made

The lessons of a case from 1917 are as relevant now as they were 100 years ago, writes Davi

31 Jan 2017

Employment tribunal reform should be handled with care

Digitally excluded and vulnerable groups must be protected, sa

23 Jan 2017

Civil standard of proof in solicitors tribunal a mere ‘Christmas list’

SDT maintains criminal standard appropriate even though proceedings ar

22 Dec 2016