The eighth edition of Tamara Lewis’ Employment Law: An Advisors Handbook has been published by Legal Action Group. It remains the best single volume guide…
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here are two sources of law in the employment tribunals. One is legislation: the law passed by Parliament. The other is case-law, some of which consists in the courts’ interpretations and explanations of legislation, and some of which is what is called ‘common law’ – law that doesn’t come from legislation at all, but has been developed over the years by the courts.
These are broad headings. They do not take into account the differences between Acts of Parliament and Regulations. Or deal with the significant role European legislation and case-law has on tribunals.
The point is that there is a lot of useful information out there that is not the law.
A new edition of Employment Tribunal Claims: Tactics and Precedents will be published by LAG in Winter 2007.