Posted by Richard Woodman, Partner
On 1 September 2016 Withy King LLP merged with Royds LLP. The trading name for the merged firm is Royds Withy King. All content produced prior to this date will remain in the name of the firms pre-merger.
Royds Mock Employment Tribunal
In The Case of: DENISE ROYLE (Claimant) v CALL CENTRES R US LTD (Respondent) WITNESS SUMMONS You are summoned to attend the hearing of this case at The Old Court Room on Wednesday, 2nd December 2015 at 5.30 pm. The Hearing …
In The Case of:
DENISE ROYLE (Claimant)
CALL CENTRES R US LTD (Respondent)
You are summoned to attend the hearing of this case at The Old Court Room on Wednesday, 2nd December 2015 at 5.30 pm.
The hearing will be taking place on Wednesday, 2nd December 2015 at The Old Court Room, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, Newman’s Row, London, WC2A 3TL. The hearing will start at 5.30 pm and finish at 7.30 pm.
This mock tribunal hearing, organised by Royds LLP, is an ideal introduction to some important aspects of employment law. After the hearing guests can enjoy drinks and canapes once the “Tribunal” has delivered its judgment.
At the office, David Brent has dismissed the malingering and deceitful Denise Royle for gross misconduct for fiddling her bonus. Denise has cried foul and claims unfair dismissal and disability discrimination. Attempts to settle the claim via the ACAS early conciliation scheme have failed. Settlement offers and counter offers have been rejected. The battle lines are now drawn and the matter proceeds at the Employment Tribunal.
The highly motivated and ambitious David Brent puts his reputation, as the forward thrusting manager of Calls R Us on the block. Aided by his smooth city solicitors Slick Woodman & Co he intends to defeat Denise’s efforts to secure wholly undeserved compensation. Denise assisted by the rather hapless Wright Mess & Co will attempt to convince the learned Judge Hangem-High QCand his colleagues of the merits of her case.
It pays to employ the right employment solicitor