The Law of Unfair Dismissal by John McMullen

The Law of Unfair Dismissal

byJohn McMullen

Hardcover | June 21, 2018

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This book provides both senior and junior practitioners with an accessible and lucid guide to the law of unfair dismissal. Written in a practical yet authoritative way, the book sets out and explores the context, development and effectiveness of the law, in particular with regard to the ACASArbitration Scheme and other methods for resolving disputes at work brought to the fore by the Provisions of the Employment Act 2002. The book completes Professor McMullen's trilogy of texts for employment law practitioners on the core statutory rights.

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John McMullen is Partner and National Head of the Employment Law Group at Pinsents solicitors, and part-time Professor of Labour Law at the University of Leeds. He has written and lectured very widely upon employment law issues. His the author of several market-leading books, and in 2000 was appointed General Editor of OUP's Employmen...

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Title:The Law of Unfair DismissalFormat:HardcoverDimensions:400 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:June 21, 2018Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199269726

ISBN - 13:9780199269723

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Table of Contents

1. The History and Origins of Unfair Dismissal Law and its Place in Dispute Resolution in the Field of Employment Law2. Eligibility Jurisdiction and Tribunal Procedure and the Locus for Bringing Claims3. Reasons for Dismissal4. Reasonableness5. Remedies6. The Methodology of Resolving Employment Disputes through the Employment Tribunal System and/or Through Internal Mediation/Arbitration7. Conclusions and Overview