Jurisdictional Issues in Compromise AgreementsPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 4 October 2019
Is it necessary to draft two compromise agreements with both Northern Irish and GB legislation? Is it necessary that the employee seeks legal advice from both jurisdictions? And what are the risks to the employer if a compromise agreement is drafted with GB legislation? Is it still possible for the employee to bring a tribunal claim in Northern Ireland? So that could have been reversed, and we had a discussion before we came on air, where you've dealt with lots of those types of cases.
Scott: Some things that involves the three jurisdictions, and you've got people who worked down south, maybe living in Northern Ireland and some things have to go across to
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