Employment Tribunal Rules In York

Employment Tribunal Rules – ML Solicitors; Are you in search of expert legal advice with regards to the new employment tribunal rules as a claim has been brought against your organisation in York by a former employee? If an employee or former employee has issued tribunal action against your company the highly qualified and experienced legal team at Michael Lewin Solicitors could provide accurate advice that is tailored to suit your business needs but could also work with you to strive to achieve the best possible outcome from alternative dispute resolution methods as quickly as possible as well as provide outstanding legal representation to work to protect the best interests of your business at a tribunal hearing.

HR Magazine published an article on 30 July 2013 saying that "With the introduction of fees for the first time the employment tribunal system has moved even further away from the idea of a speedy and informal industrial jury to resolve employment disputes".

It informs us that "Until today employment tribunals have been free of charge to all users. But from now on a worker who wants to issue a claim in the employment tribunal will have to pay a fee to do so".

The article further explains "For ‘Type A’ claims (mostly the minor ones) the claimant will have to pay an issue fee of œ160 and unless the claim is settled beforehand a hearing fee of œ230. For ‘Type B’ claims which cover everything else including in particular and fair dismissal discrimination and whistleblowing the issue fee is œ250 and the hearing fee is œ950."

It goes on to say "To put this in context 2011/12 the median award of compensation for unfair dismissal was œ4560. Although the employer will probably be awarded to reimburse the fees to the claimant if he or she wins that’s quite a big ‘if’. A stake of œ1200 in respect of the total Type B fees payable is a lot to gamble on what in most cases will be at best a relatively modest return."

Has an employment tribunal claim being issued against you for which you now seek expert legal advice and representation to guide you through the rules and procedures as well as to help you protect the interests of your business in York? Then don?t hesitate to call the employment and commercial law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors for robust legal representation from an intelligence resourceful and highly driven legal team.

The HR Magazine article mentioned above also tells us that "A lot else has changed since the right not to be unfairly dismissed was created in 1971 and the industrial tribunals were given the task of enforcing it. First and foremost the volume and complexity of employment law has expanded exponentially. The primary drivers here have been the introduction over a period of more than 40 years of laws to protect the quality coupled with EU requirements to legislate on matters such as working time and collective redundancy consultation."

For expert legal advice on how the new employment tribunal rules could affect your business in York make a call to the helpful legal advisers at Michael Lewin Solicitors today on: 0113 200 9720.

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