Top Tips in Dealing with Employment Tribunal Claims


Receiving notice of an Employment Tribunal claim being issued against you and your organisation is always stressful and can feel overwhelming if you are unfamiliar with the Tribunal process. With the numerous formalities and prescriptive rules, procedures and deadlines imposed by the Tribunal, preparing and defending an Employment Tribunal claim can feel time consuming, difficult and unfamiliar. This presentation aims to equip you with some top tips on how best to manage the Tribunal process and some good practice tips to bear in mind when at the final hearing.

Collingwood Legal invite you to attend our Top Tips webinar!

The session aims to provide you useful top tips on:

  • Understanding the terms, protocols and “jargon” used;
  • The tribunal process, what to expect and how best to manage this;
  • Meeting the various deadlines;
  • Preparing your case;
  • Drafting witness statements; and
  • The final hearing itself, and good practice tips.

We will provide guidance as to the Tribunal process more generally and how best to manage the process if you are brought to the Tribunal.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions of our specialist employment lawyers.

The session will be delivered by expert employment and equality lawyers from Collingwood Legal – an award winning employment law firm based in Newcastle upon Tyne, recognised as a Top Tier employment law firm by the UK Legal 500.

When & Where?

Date:          Thursday 7th July 2022


10:00 – 10:05 am – Introduction
10:05 – 10:45 am – Presentation
10:45 – 11:00 am  – Q&A

Venue:        By Zoom, at your desk

To book a place and attend this free event, please click here.

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