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Court of Appeal judgment re remedies hearings - Office Equipment Systems Ltd v Hughes [CA] 01.08.18 (Unreported)

Where a respondent to employment tribunal proceedings had been debarred from defending liability, it would generally be wrong to refuse to read their written representations regarding remedy. In a case that required the separate assessment of remedy, only an exceptional case would justify excluding the respondent from participating in any oral hearing, and it should be rarer still for a tribunal to refuse to allow the respondent to make written representations on remedy.
Category: Employment » Tribunal procedure. Area(s) of law: Employment.
Source: [2018] EWCA Civ 1842.

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