September 2015 CPD Questions

12 CPD questions on recent cases on time limits and extension of time

This months CPD questions relate to recent cases on time limits:

[Software Box Limited v Gannon]() **UKEAT/0433/14/BA
Appeal against a decision to allow the claimant's claim to proceed despite it being out of time. Appeal allowed and remitted to the same Tribunal for re-consideration.**

[Harden v Wootlif & Anor** ]()UKEAT/0448/14/DA
Appeal against a decision to extend time for a complaint of harassment to be heard. Appeal allowed.**

[Ministry of Justice v Burton & Anor** ]()UKEATPA/1215/14/LA
Appeal against an order by the Registrar of the EAT, who exercised her discretion to extend time to the unsuccessful Respondent, the Ministry of Justice, to file an appeal against a decision in ongoing litigation between a number of former and present Judges and the Ministry of Justice. Appeal dismissed.**

Mark Shulman's article "[Extending time - Case Round-Up September 2015]()" may also help when answering the questions.

For each question answered correctly 10 minutes of CPD is added to your training record so if you answer all 12 that will give you 2 hours.

Barristers: please note that, according to BSB rules, you will have to answer at least 3 questions correctly, equivalent to 30 minutes, for the training to count towards your CPD requirements.

Published: 28/09/2015 12:14

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