Remedies In Employment Law
Editors: Susan Belgrave & Philip Jones
This step-by-step guide focuses on the most important part of employment litigation – what a client can expect to achieve in terms of remedies if his or her claim is successful in the court or employment tribunal. Also, conversely, what the likely extent of the employer’s liability is and how this can be reduced.
There have been important recent developments in the law relating to unfair dismissal, settlement agreements, the regime on discrimination and the rules governing the procedures of employment tribunals. This practical book explores the implications of these and benefits from:
Uniquely, there is a chapter dedicated to personal injury in an employment context.
1. Non-financial remedies; 2. How to calculate financial relief; 3. Compensation for the loss of earnings and related losses; 4. Discrimination remedies; 5. Damages for personal injury; 6. Counter schedules; 7. Settlement; 8. Preparing the case.
About the editors
Susan Belgrave is a barrister at 9 Gough Square specialising in employment law. She is coauthor of Employment Law and the Human Rights Act 1998 (Jordans, 2001) and a member of the editorial board of ELA Briefing as well as contributor to a number of legal journals. She has appeared in numerous high profile discrimination cases in over 20 years of practice.
Philip Jones is a barrister at 9 Gough Square specialising in employment and personal injury law. He has vast experience in the employment tribunals and higher courts and lectures and writes extensively on employment issues.
This is a publication written by the employment team at leading common law set 9 Gough Square, Chambers of Andrew Ritchie QC. Other contributors are James Holmes-Milner, Laura Elfield, Catherine Atkinson, Ed Lamb and Tom Restall.
Published: December 2013
No of pages: 352
ISDN: 978 1 85328 533 2
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