Monthly Archives: April 2011

Employment rights at disciplinary hearings

Disciplinary Hearings and Representation All Employees are entitled to be represented at a disciplinary hearing by a colleague or trade union representative in accordance with Section 10 of the Employment Relations Act 1999. The employee’s representative should be given the … Continue reading

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Service of court papers using social media

Facebook used to serve a court summons All too often as part of the “game” of litigation a party to a dispute will seek to delay or prevent a case proceeding by avoiding service of court documents. The English civil … Continue reading

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