Uthman v Speciality Care (EMI) Plc (T/A Craegmoor Healthcare): EAT 9 Mar 2012

EAT Practice and Procedure : Striking-Out or Dismissal – Appellate jurisdiction/reasons/Burns-Barke
Restriction of proceedings order
The Claimant did not attend her dismissal hearing. She presented her claim out of time and did not attend the Pre-Hearing Review to determine the jurisdiction to hear the dismissal and discrimination claims. The Employment Judge struck them out. The Claimant raised 4 appeals, 4 fresh appeals and an application for a stay. She did not attend the rule 3(10) where large bundles were prepared by the EAT. All appeals dismissed as wholly without merit. Edem applied.
A copy of the Judgment sent to the Registrar so she may if there is any fresh proceeding by the Appellant determine whether the matter should be referred to the Attorney General pursuant to Employment Tribunals Act 1996 section 33.
McMullen QC J
[2012] UKEAT 1091 – 10 – 0903
England and Wales

Updated: 24 March 2021; Ref: scu.452504