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Practice and Procedure

New Tribunal Compensation Limits announced

February 27, 2019 Michael Salter 0

TweetAn annual tradition for employment lawyers occurs on 6th April 2019 when the new employment tribunal compensation limits come into effect. From that date: the cap on the unfair dismissal Compensatory Award raises to £86,444; […]

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In the News

Drunk in charge of a horse…

February 2, 2019 Michael Salter 0

Tweetand other odd laws have been identified by the Law Commission in their Legal Oddities post here! Topically these include it being illegal to slide on ice in the street. However, thankfully, you can be […]

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Practice and Procedure

Loose lips sink…cases

January 17, 2019 Michael Salter 0

Tweet In two different cases in different courts and tribunals the same issue has arisen: what to do with a witness who, during a break whilst they are giving evidence, talks about their case in […]

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Professional and Regulatory

Bar Standards Board Appointment

May 16, 2018 Michael Salter 0

TweetI have been appointed to sit on the Bar Standards Board’s Disciplinary Committee as of 1st May 2018. The role involves ensuring that members of the Bar reach the high standards clients and other users […]

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Sports Resolutions Appointment

May 3, 2018 Michael Salter 0

TweetI am pleased to announce i have been appointed to Sports Resolution‘s Integrity and Discipline, and Equality and Discrimination panels, which provide independent and binding decisions to disputes within the sporting world. The appointment runs […]

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Practice and Procedure

No Leeway for Litigants in Person

April 5, 2018 Michael Salter 0

TweetIn Reynard v Fox HHJ Mathews sitting in the High Court recently held that Litigants in person should not receive special treatment when interpreting procedural rule simply by virtue of them representing themselves. The Employment Tribunal has […]