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Employment Appeal Tribunal


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Employment Appeal Tribunal

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Employment Appeal Tribunal

The Employment Appeal Tribunal: October 2002–July 2005

Employment Appeals Tribunal. http://www.employmentappeals.gov.uk

Jananyagam v Commonwealth Secretariat, Appeal judgment, Appeal no UKEAT/0443/06/DM, ILDC 1763 (UK 2007), 12th March 2007, Employment Appeals Tribunal [EAT]

RICHARDSON, David John (born 1950), a Circuit Judge, since 2000; an Additional Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, since 2003

PROPHET, John (born 1931), a Circuit Judge, 1997–2006; a Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, 2002–06

LUBA, Jan Michael Andrew (born 1957), QC 2000; a Recorder, since 2000; a Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (part-time), since 2002

Stacey, Valerie Elizabeth (born 1954), a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, since 2009; a Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, since 2013

CLARK, Peter Charles Lister (born 1948), a Circuit Judge, since 1995; a Senior Circuit Judge, Employment Appeal Tribunal, since 2006

Military Affairs Office of the Embassy of Kuwait v Caramba-Coker, Appeal decision, EAT 1054/02/RN, ILDC 251 (UK 2003), 10th April 2003, Employment Appeals Tribunal [EAT]

BURTON, Michael (John) (born 1946), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, since 1998; Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, since 1999 (President, 2002–05)

TALBOT, Hilary Gwynne (1912 - 2004), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, 1968–83; Judge of the Employment Appeals Tribunal, 1978–81

WILCOX, David John Reed (born 1939), a Judge of the Technology and Construction Court of the High Court, 1998–2012; a Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, 1999–2012

WOOD, John (Kember) (born 1922), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Family Division, 1977–93; President, Employment Appeal Tribunal, 1988–93 (Judge, 1985–88)

WOODWARD, Barry (died 2005), a Circuit Judge, since 1990; Resident Judge, Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court, since 2002; Temporary Additional Judge, Employment Appeal Tribunal, since 2002

 

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(EAT)

A statutory body established to hear appeals from employment tribunals. The EAT consists of a High Court judge as chairman and two or four lay members who have special knowledge or experience as employers' or employees' representatives. They can only hear appeals on questions of law, issues of fact being in the exclusive jurisdiction of employment tribunals. The EAT may allow or dismiss an appeal or, in certain circumstances, remit the case to the employment tribunal for further hearing. It does not generally order either party to pay the other's costs, except when the appeal is frivolous, vexatious, or improperly conducted. The parties may be represented at the hearing by anyone they choose, who need not have legal qualifications. The EAT cannot enforce its own decisions; thus, for example, when an employer fails to comply with an order for compensation that the EAT upholds, separate application must be made to the court to enforce the order. A party may appeal to the Court of Appeal from a decision of the EAT, but only with the leave of the EAT or the Court of Appeal. The Employment Tribunals Act 1996 sets out the jurisdiction of the EAT.

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