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Video: CPD Programme – Employment Tribunals

A recording of our final session in the CPD Programme which focused on dealing with employment tribunals is now available to watch on this page.

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In this video our experts cover:

  • An overview of Tribunals (structure, panel, jurisdictions – types of claims)
  • Responding to a claim/defending proceedings
  • Case management – disclosure and documents
  • Negotiations, ACAS and judicial mediation (including settlement agreements and COT3s)
  • Hearings, judgments, witnesses and evidence
  • Challenging judgments – appeals and reconsideration

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Please click here for a copy of the slides used during the talk.

This brings us to the end of Ward Hadaway’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) series of six sessions. We welcome any feedback you have on this series of webinars and if you have questions, on any of the topics discussed, please do get in touch. Look out for further sessions on a range of employment related topics in the coming months.

Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.

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