The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Insert] Employment Tribunal
To the [insert] Employment Tribunal
[Insert name of case, eg X v Y]
Claim Number: [insert claim number]
We act for the [Claimant OR Respondent] in the above matter. We apply to the tribunal, under rules 29 and 31 of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013, for an order that the [Claimant OR Respondent] provide to us in writing the following additional information in relation to the [claim OR response]: [specify information]
[Under paragraph 6.2 of the Claim: of the allegation that 'I was regularly subjected to derogatory comments because of my race’, please state in respect of each alleged comment:]
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