Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014 by Gavin MansfieldBlackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014 by Gavin Mansfield

Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014

EditorGavin Mansfield

Paperback | October 8, 2014

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Drawing together comprehensive coverage of practice and procedure in the employment tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, and Central Arbitration Committee, as well as employment issyues in the civil courts, Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014 is an essential purchase for any seriousemployment practitioner. Ideal for preparing for and appearing in a case in tribunal or court, it includes trusted advice on specialist topics, such as the application of TUPE and the calculation of costs. It has been substantially reworked to take account of the new Employment Tribunal Rules andrestructured to reflect the chronology of employment litigation. This new edition draws together comprehensive coverage of practice and procedure in the courts and tribunals, making it an essential purchase for everyone involved with employment law. An eminent team of expert authors share consummate experience of every aspect of employment law and practice tooffer up-to-date advice and commentary on the latest developments in substantive law and procedure.Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014 offers unparalleled coverage and practical explanation of employment law and procedure in the employment tribunal and civil courts. It includes new chapters on whistleblowing and non-statutory/High Court employment proceedings, updated coverage of relevantcase law and legislation across all areas of employment law, and the clear page design ensures easy navigation and quick access to essential information.
Gavin Mansfield QC is a barrister at Littleton Chambers. He specialises in employment and discrimination law and also undertake a broad range of commerical litigation. He took silk in 2013.
Title:Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014Format:PaperbackDimensions:1088 pagesPublished:October 8, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199664226

ISBN - 13:9780199664221


Table of Contents

PART A - TRIBUNAL PROCEDURE1. Jurisdiction and Constitution2. Claim Form3. Time Limits4. The Response5. Conciliation and Settlement6. Case Management7. Interim Applications: Pre-hearing Review and Other Preliminary Issues8. Contractual Claims9. The Hearing10. Bias and Improper Conduct of the Hearing11. Judgments, Decisions, and Orders12. Costs13. Review14. Enforcement of Tribunal Awards15. Special Jurisdictions16. Human Rights Claims17. Group Litigation18. Employment Appeal Tribunal19. Tribunal Procedure and Appeals in ScotlandPART B - PROCEDURE IN OTHER JURISDICTIONS20. Employment Litigation in the Civil Courts21. Court of Appeal22. European Union Law and References to the European Court of Justice23. Collective Labour Law Institutions - The Central Arbitration Committee and Certification OfficerPART C - THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW24. Dismissal25. Redundancy26. Discrimination27. Equal Pay28. Unlawful Deductions from Wages29. Transfer of Undertakings30. Non-statutory/ High Court Employment Law Claims31. WhistleblowingPART D - REMEDIES32. Remedies for Unfair Dismissal33. Remedies in Discrimination Cases34. Recoupment of Benefits35. Interest on Employment Tribunal Awards36. Tax Treatment of Tribunal Awards and Compromises37. InsolvencyAPPENDICIESAppendix 1 - Selected Legislation: StatutesAppendix 2 - Selected Legislation: Statutory InstrumentsAppendix 3 - Selected Legislation: RulesAppendix 4 - Selected Legislation: European Community MaterialsAppendix 5 - Practice DirectionsAppendix 6 - Codes of PracticeAppendix 7 - Financial InformationAppendix 8 - Forms and PrecedentsAppendix 9 - Tables

Editorial Reviews

"The volume is a very useful, reliable and portable work of reference both for busy practitioners and those who may not appear in employment tribunals regularly." --Janet Gaymer CBE QC, Commissioner for Public Appointments