- Employment tribunal disputes—obtaining security and protecting the outcome (AA v SoS for BEIS)
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Employment analysis: Almost half of employment tribunal awards are not immediately paid, when made. The recent ruling of the Outer House of the Court of Session in AA v SoS for BEIS, illustrates clearly how security can only be obtained through the courts to protect the outcome of an employment tribunal dispute, serving the interests of claimants, potentially causing a difficulty for employers and ultimately potentially leading to more disputes being indirectly encouraged to settle. Written by Bruce Caldow, partner at Harper Macleod LLP.
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