A table setting out the time limits for bringing tribunal claims relating to pay.
A table setting out the time limits for bringing tribunal claims in relation to redundancy or transfer of undertakings.
A table setting out the time limits for bringing tribunal claims for a breach of working time regulations.
A table setting out the time limits for bringing tribunal claims for a breach of contract or a sum due under the contract.
The Court of Appeal has held that, where a claimant is alleging that separate incidents form one continuous act for the purposes of extending the normal time limit within which to bring a claim for racial discrimination, a relevant but not conclusive factor is whether the same individuals or different individuals were involved in the separate incidents.
This tribunal found that the employer's delay in the notification of the dismissal meant that the claim was made in time.
The Court of Appeal has criticised an employment tribunal’s suggestion that tribunals should adopt a “liberal” approach when considering whether or not to extend the time limit for lodging a claim.
Practical guidance on responding to an employment tribunal claim, including the 28-day time limit for submitting the ET3; grounds for resisting the claim; pleading in the alternative; and counterclaims.
In Gutridge and others v Sodexo Ltd and another  IRLR 721 CA, the Court of Appeal held that equal pay claims in respect of employment prior to a TUPE transfer must be brought against the transferee within six months of the transfer. The six-month time limit for claims in respect of the post-transfer period does not start to run until the claimant's employment with the transferee ends.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment tribunal and court time limits.