Employment Lawyers Can Answer Your Employment Law Questions
Hello. I am Ed, a Solicitor qualified in England & Wales with over a decade’s experience in the legal profession advising clients.
I specialise in Commercial Contracts, Business Transactions, Employment, Dispute Resolution, Personal Injury and Road Traffic Law and shall be reviewing your legal problem today.
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The general rule in Tribunal claims is that "costs do not follow the event". If you Claim against your Employer in the Regional Employment Tribunal and lose, it is unlikely that the Tribunal will impose an Order against you to pay your Employer’s legal costs, unless your claim is vexatious, totally without merit, or you have acted unreasonably in some other way.
I hope this resolves your enquiry. Please revert to me if you require any clarification of my answer to your question and I shall be delighted to assist.
I have answered your questions as far as I am able to on the Portal. Obviously, there is a limited amount of advice I can give based on a few lines of text on the Just Answer instant messaging Portal. Very often the best I can do is “point you in the right direction” for the sake of seeking more detailed advice.
If you want further bespoke advice, I need to review all relevant correspondence and documents and advise in a telephone call.
I will place an offer of a Premium Service Phone Call Request through on the Portal. If you do not want this additional service, I wish you all the very best in resolving this matter and of course for safely navigating the current “choppy waters” in which we all find ourselves.
All the way to a final hearing judgment unless the tribunal makes a costs order against you.
You're welcome. All the best with your tribunal claim.