Pay back time

Callegari, Paul
December 2003
Employers Law;Dec2003, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that employers may soon be able to recover some costs from employment tribunal cases in Great Britain, as of December 2003. Details of the decision on the case Kopel versus Safeway Stores PLC; Background on the process of settlement negotiations between employers and employees; Importance given by the Employment Appeal Tribunal to getting costs awards.


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