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How will the government's proposals change tribunals?

The head of the TUC says government plans for the claimant in an employment tribunal to foot the bill will lead to "chequebook justice".

Brendan Barber said it will mean many people will be put off bringing cases if they have to pay up to £1750.

Peter Mooney, the Head of Consultancy at Employment Law Advisory Services explains how the process works at the moment.

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  • 20 Jan 2012
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