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There are usually 3 persons on the tribunal panel – one is the Judge, the others are the panel members and will be suitable qualified, but not necessarily legally trained. You would address each one as Sir or Madam/Ma’am.
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Employment Rights Act 1996
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Yes you can ask for an unless order but it shouldn’t be the first port of call – it is saved for continuous and deliberate failures to adhere to orders. A strike out is when the while case is dismissed and the other party is automatically the winner. Does this clarify things a bit more for you?
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Yes you can engage a lawyer at any time
Just to advise you, if you wanted to ask more queries after this time you have to open a new question but I will just answer these two quickly to finish this up – first of all we cannot recommend any lawyers as we are impartial so you need to find these yourself. As to their fees, they can vary but barristers are usually the most expensive option, you are easily looking at several hundred per day so it depends on how long the hearing is, and together with their preparation and research time, you are easily looking at over a thousand at least