In her second article, Paula Gray considers two recent cases which highlight the importance of considering guidance in the ETBB when making judicial decisions such as the management of a hearing.
Mrs Justice Gwynneth Knowles and Mr Justice Peter Lane give an overview of their professional journeys
The ETBB is a fundamentally important guide for all judicial office holders
Sian Davies on Trans Awareness training
Douglas Readings explains the work of Police Misconduct Hearings
David Franey reports on the Employment Tribunal Pension Compensation Working Group which is looking into assessing pension loss in the Employment Tribunal
Outlines a methodical approach to assessing the evidence and finding the facts in a case.
Considers the rules of evidence as applicable in tribunals by comparison with proceedings in criminal law. What is the burden of proof? What is the standard of proof? How is this affected by the more ...
An update on the article “When not to sit”, dealing with the implications of some recent case law. What type of relationship between a party’s representative and a tribunal member may give rise to a ...
How to deal with different sources of evidence, including oral and expert evidence, dealing with conflicting evidence, assigning weight to evidence and ensuring that the tribunal’s conclusions are based on the evidence as a whole.