How to restrain a vexatious employment tribunal litigant
Our employment law experts regularly contribute to Practical Law's Employment Blog, offering their specialist insight into employment tribunal or appeal courts decisions, practical guidance and interesting legal points.
In the April blog on vexatious employment tribunal litigants, Akash Nawbatt explores the alternative to proceedings under section 33 of the ETA 1996 for respondents faced with persistent unmeritorious claims from a disgruntled litigant: the use of Civil Restraint Orders (CROs) under the CPR.
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