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Employment Appeal Tribunal Representation

Employment Appeal Tribunal Representation

Employment Appeal Tribunal Representation

With thousands of judgments being delivered by employment tribunals each year, unfortunately it can be the case that a claimant does not always achieve the outcome they hoped for. Fortunately, in some cases a claimant does have the opportunity to appeal, and this is where we can help.

Success in the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) requires a higher level of skills than that offered by your average solicitor, which is why we offer a complete service for appealing employment tribunal judgments including written and oral advocacy at competitive fees by specialist and experienced solicitors.

We will;:

  • Assess your prospects of successfully appealing.
  • Draft your appeal.
  • Represent you at the hearing.
  • Consider whether your case is appropriate for "reconsideration".

As experts, if there is an argument to be made on a question of law, we will find it for you. Please call our employment team for a free no obligation discussion on 01733 333 333 for our Peterborough office or 020 3540 4444 for our London office. 

A decision made in an Employment Tribunal can be reconsidered if the appropriate factors are present. For an appeal to be made you should be able to demonstrate to the Tribunal within a 14 day time limit that the decision should be reconsidered due to a point of law, a lack of adequate reasoning on which they made their decision or a delay deemed excessive in making a decision.

As experts we can help assess whether you are able to appeal, the strength of your appeal and can draft your application to the Employment Appeal Tribunal within the 14 day time limit. 

Please contact our teams for further advice and a no obligation discussion of your needs. 

Useful Guides

EAT considerations
EAT considerations

Before you can approach the Employment Appeal Tribunal you must have a good reason to believe that your case deserves to be reassessed on a point of law, new evidence relating to a case is very rarely reassessed by the Tribunal and so it is important that your appeal is based on legislation. You will also need to consider the fees involved when appealing, as unlike Employment Tribunals, all appeals are charged at the same fee regardless of type of case. If you cannot afford to pay the fees there is always the option to apply for a reduction or removal of the fees, but these are granted in rare cases. Achieving success within the Employment Appeal Tribunal will be dependent on many fact...

Testimonials

Andrea Harrison
Andrea Harrison

It is with great pleasure that I recommend James. I feel very fortunate to have experienced first-hand both his professional and knowledgeable approach. This together with his efficiency and dedication allowed for a straight forward and successful closure. It is clear that James is exceptional within his field, which allows him to provide what I can only describe as an outstanding service.

Key Staff

Luke Hutchings
Luke Hutchings
Partner

Luke is a Partner of Taylor Rose TTKW and the head of our employment department and has years of experience in a variety of employment cases. Instructed in both employee and employer cases, Luke has a particular flair for employment law that comes from working both sides of the fence.

Case Studies

Connect Personnel Ltd v  Ms Domanska
Connect Personnel Ltd v Ms Domanska

The Appellant (the other side) argued that the decision of the tribunal should be appealed because the tribunal had made a finding which had not been pleaded expressly in the Claimant’s (our client’s) ET1. The EAT found that the issues had been clear to both parties during the hearing and so the Respondent was not prejudiced. We were successful.  (Appeal No. UKEAT/0563/12/BA)

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