Employment Disputes – Mediation for Discrimination

Hasan SadikEmployment Disputes

In the second of our articles on employment disputes, we are going to focus on discrimination. Employment disputes involving discrimination can be some of the most complex and sensitive that a business will encounter. For many, these issues are the hardest to solve as they deal with deep rooted emotions and feelings of inequality for the employee in question. As … Read More

What is a Civil Dispute?

Hasan SadikAlternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Civil Disputes, Landlord Disputes, Mediation, Neighbourhood Disputes, Noise disputes, Nuisance disputes, Tenant Disputes

Civil disputes

Civil disputes are private cases in which a party is seeking recompense or remedy for scenarios outside of criminal law. Civil disputes are governed by The Civil Procedure Rules (CPR). They are the framework for all civil claims and provide the rules that are used to pass judgement in these types of cases. They were specifically designed to simplify civil … Read More

Will the abolition of employment tribunal fees increase the use of mediation for employment dispute resolution?

Hasan SadikMediation

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Last year UNISON won the most significant judicial intervention in the history of British employment law, after a four-year legal battle. On 26 July 2017, The Supreme Court declared employment tribunal and employment appeal tribunal fees were unlawful, and abolished them with immediate effect. Unison general secretary, Dave Prentis, said the ruling was “a major victory for employees everywhere”. But the outcome … Read More