When Employment Tribunal fees were introduced, with effect from 29 July 2013, there was an immediate drop in the number of claims made. Last month The Supreme Court has said that the law imposing fees prevents access to justice and is therefore unlawful. The Government will now stop charging fees and will reimburse the fees […]
CEDR is delighted to confirm that Deputy Chief Executive Eileen Carroll has been awarded a Queen’s Counsel Honoris Causa for an outstanding career as a commercial mediator. ‘Honorary QC’s’, as they are sometimes known, are open to qualified lawyers and legal academics who have made a major contribution to the law of England and Wales outside practice […]
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