EAT Practice and Procedure – Bias, misconduct and procedural irregularity. One of the lay members appeared to be asleep. Parties raised the issue with Tribunal and then agreed to continue the hearing. The lay member then appeared to resume his slumbers. No further objection made at the hearing but the losing employee, then raised issue as ground of appeal. Re-hearing ordered following Stansbury v Datapulse plc.
His Honour Judge Reid QC
UKEAT/0390/05,  UKEAT 0390 – 05 – 1301
England and Wales
Cited – J M Stansbury v Datapulse Plc Troy Holding International Plc EAT 8-May-2003
EAT Practice and Procedure – Bias, misconduct and procedural irregularity . .
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