Pre-hearing Tips and Tactics in Employment Tribunal Claims

This event is in the past
Date:
Thu, 30th Sep 2021
Location:
at your desk (National)
Venue Address:
at your desk
Speaker(s):
Paul Wilson & Julie Duane, St Philips Chambers
Chair: Katya Hosking, Devereux Chambers
Event Type:
Webinar
Duration:
16:00 - 17:30
Status:
Spaces Available

Fees

  • Fee: £25 + VAT

Discounts

We also offer the following discounts on the full fee:

  • 100% discount for members in the voluntary or not-for-profit sector (with no booking deadline)
  • 100% discount for pupil barristers or barristers less than 2 years call (with no booking deadline)
  • Please note only one discount will be applied per booking.

Taking the tribulation out of tribunals…

Now more than ever, scrutiny is being applied to practice, procedure and the standards of employment tribunal litigation from clients, judges and professional colleagues. Against that backdrop, you need to be aware of the latest tips and procedural approaches to set your client’s employment tribunal claim or defence for success. Join our session, covering:

  • Exemplar/Draft ET1 and ET3 documents will be provided for review. In the session we will ‘deep-dive’ into those responses (developed from real-life experience) to point out common pitfalls, areas for improvement and areas where you can add real value in your case;
  • Discussion and examples on the potential interlocutory applications you could make, why you may want to do so and the key considerations to apply each time an application is being considered or is made against you; and
  • Best practice tips and tricks on ensuring proportionality and relevance in drafting pleadings / statements of case and avoiding ‘boiling the ocean’ on issues and points of argument.

The session will be chaired by Katya Hosking from Devereux Chambers with speakers Julie Duane and Paul Wilson from St Philips Chambers.

Members are encouraged to submit questions in advance to be considered as part of this seminar. Please submit your questions to us by 23 September here.

This webinar subject to a charge of £25 per delegate.

If you are unable to make the date, please register if you would like to receive the ‘on demand’ recording of this webinar.

Once you have booked, you will receive an email containing the login details for the online event, please contact us if you have any queries.