Remedies in the Employment Tribunal: Damages For Discrimination and Unfair Dismissal - Norman LambSweet & Maxwell, 1998, Hardback.
Condition: Very Good. Top edge of the spine and boards tanned. Text complete, clean and tight.
From the cover: “This is a practical guide for those representing or assisting an individual pursuing a claim at the tribunal. Taking the reader through all stages of preparing a claim for compensation, it assists in determining how loss of benefits is compensated and recovery of expenses. It also covers the tribunal’s powers to force disclosure of documents and information which would assist a claim and guidance on drafting a schedule of loss and on preparing for a remedy hearing — particularly stressing the importance of gathering information at an early stage.
There is also consideration of the likely impact of proposals included in the Government’s “Fairness at Work” White Paper.”
Key features are:
- Source documents and guidance on tax and pension loss, gathered in one place
- Case digest of the most recent awards for injury of feelings aggravated damages, etc. , keep the reader informed of all the latest developments
- Checklists assist the collection of essential documents and information, saving time and effort
Norman Lamb has extensive practical experience in this field — he chaired the Armed Forces Pregnancy Dismissal Group — co-ordinating claims against the Ministry of Defence on behalf of women who had been discharged from the Armed Forces upon becoming pregnant.
Size: 10" x 6¼". Pictorial boards. [XXX] 441 pages.