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Can an employee make a claim of discrimination against his or her employer a few years after the alleged discrimination took place?
Does an employer have to surrender confidential documents to an employment tribunal if so directed?
Is there anything that an employer can do if it misses the deadline for submitting a response to an employment tribunal claim?
What are case management discussions?
What are pre-hearing reviews?
What can an employment judge do if he or she believes that a claim has little prospect of success?
What is the maximum amount of a deposit order?
Who sits in judgment in employment tribunal hearings?
When can a tribunal claim be heard by an employment judge sitting alone?
Can an employer request that other employees are not called to give evidence to an employment tribunal?
How do witnesses give evidence at employment tribunal hearings?
How should a witness statement for use in employment tribunal proceedings be formatted?
Will a witness who gives evidence at a tribunal hearing be reimbursed for expenses incurred in attending the hearing?
Is the decision of an employment tribunal final?
In what circumstances can an employment tribunal order one of the parties to pay the legal costs of the other party?
What is the maximum amount of costs that a tribunal may order an employer to pay if it loses the case?
Does an employment tribunal have the power to strike out a weak case?
Can an employer insist that an employment tribunal hearing remains confidential?
What does the phrase "without prejudice" on a letter mean?
Can an employer ask a claimant who has brought an employment tribunal claim against it to take part in mediation?
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