Tribunal procedure: "Fresh evidence" challenges to tribunal decisions should be dealt with by review not appeal
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Adegbuji v Meteor Parking Ltd EAT/1570/09 (0 other reports)
In Adegbuji v Meteor Parking Ltd EAT/1570/09, the EAT dismissed an appeal seeking to challenge a tribunal decision on the basis of fresh evidence because the claimant had failed to show that the evidence could not have been put before the tribunal at the time of the hearing. The EAT also remarked that, in general, the appropriate course for parties seeking to rely on new evidence is to apply to the tribunal for a review.