Osonnaya v Queen Mary – University of London: EAT 17 Jul 2013

EAT Practice and Procedure : Striking-Out or Dismissal – The Employment Judge was entitled to strike out the Claimant’s claims for unreasonable conduct, failure to observe the orders of the Tribunal and for stultifying a fair trial.
Observation that a request for a transcript of a judgment upholding an Employment Tribunal judgment made on established principles is an indulgence which must be supported by proper reasons, particularly where there is no application for permission to appeal and the party is represented by a lawyer under a duty to take a note.

McMullen QC
[2013] UKEAT 1207 – 12 – 1707
England and Wales
Cited by:
AppliedSchaathun v Executive and Business Aviation Support Ltd (Practice and Procedure: Costs) EAT 13-Jul-2015
The Employment Judge came to an impermissible conclusion on the facts in finding that the Claimant had asked the Tribunal to make a Norwegian interpreter available at the Full Hearing. Her email was plainly an . .

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Updated: 20 November 2021; Ref: scu.515400