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Employment Tribunal FeesBack

By now, most employers will be aware that the Supreme Court allowed an appeal by the Trade Union, UNISON, holding that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful and they have now been quashed.

In Parliament, at the beginning of September, the Minister of State for Courts and Justice, Dominic Raab, answered various questions on Employment Tribunal fees.  His general tone was apologetic towards those who had been prevented from bringing claims (due to fees being in place) and, most importantly, indicated that there was no suggestion that the Government was planning to bring in a new fees regime in the foreseeable future.

It had previously been anticipated that a new fees regime may have been introduced but that now seems unlikely.

As this is an ever changing feast, however, it will be very much a case of watch this space for future developments.

Motor Industry Legal Services

Motor Industry Legal Services (MILS Solicitors) provides fully comprehensive legal advice and representation to UK motor retailers for one annual fee. It is the only law firm in the UK which specialises in motor law and motor trade law. MILS currently advises over 1,000 individual businesses within the sector as well as the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) and its members.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 06/10/2017