Tribunal Considerations - Amending A Claim

Posted in : Tribunal Guidance from Kennedys on 20 October 2021
Kevin Gallagher
Kennedys Belfast
Issues covered: Tribunal Practice; Amending a Claim; Age Discrimination

Those familiar with Tribunal practice and procedure will be well aware that it is not uncommon for Claimants to seek to add to, or amend their claim over the lifetime of the proceedings as further information and discovery becomes available. In this month’s article we consider the Tribunal’s approach and relevant considerations in these circumstances following the recent Court of Appeal decision in Bryant v Nestlé UK Limited [2021] NICA 34 (04 June 2021).

The Facts

This case concerns Ms Bryant who brought proceedings in the Industrial Tribunal against her former employer, Nestlé UK Limited, in which she complained that she had been unfairly dismissed on the grounds of redundancy on 28 July

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This article is correct at 20/10/2021
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Kevin Gallagher
Kennedys Belfast

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