Announcing a new edition of Employment Claims without a Lawyer
The plain English guide to employment claims practice and procedure has been updated to reflect abolition of tribunal fees (and more). Pre-order now to get a free digital edition.
We are delighted to announce that a 2nd edition of Employment Claims without a Lawyer: A Handbook for Litigant in Person by David Curwen is about to go to print.[
](https://bathpublishing.com/products/employment-claims-without-a-lawyer)This new edition has been updated to reflect the abolition of employment tribunal fees plus of course the up to date rates, caps and limits and the latest Presidential Guidance.
The book leads you through the entire process from initial grievance to a final hearing and also contains a host of useful documents, model letters and links to other resources.
All this makes it an essential reference for any litigant trying to represent themselves in an employment dispute or for others getting to grips with the process such as union officials and HR managers. Legal advisers may also find it useful to provide a copy for clients so that they can better understand what's involved.
The new edition should be in our warehouse by mid-March but if you place a pre-order on the Bath Publishing website before then you will qualify for a free digital edition included in the price of only £19.99 (the post-publication price for the bundle will be £24.95 + VAT)
Read more on the Bath Publishing website.[
Published: 20/02/2018 14:07