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In an employment tribunal case, are previous drafts of a dismissal letter disclosable?

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Published on LexisPSL on 03/10/2017

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  • In an employment tribunal case, are previous drafts of a dismissal letter disclosable?

In an employment tribunal case, are previous drafts of a dismissal letter disclosable?

For information on disclosure generally, see:

  1. Practice Note: Disclosure in employment tribunal proceedings, and

  2. Harvey PI [451]–[517]: Disclosure and Inspection

More detailed information on disclosure is provided in LexisNexis’ dispute resolution materials, see: Disclosure—overview (separate subscription may be required).

Employment tribunals have the power under Rule 31 of the Employment Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2013 (ET Rules 2013) to order any person in Great Britain (including, of course, but not limited to, persons who are a party to the proceedings) to:

  1. disclose documents or information to a party to proceedings (by providing copies or otherwise)

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