||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 379 (Feb)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Cox J, Mr K Edmondson and Dr B Fitzgerald
||24 February 2005
Employment - Employment tribunal - Procedure - Power to strike out proceedings - Unreasonable conduct - Tribunal acting within boundaries of its discretion.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the employment tribunal's decision to strike out the employee's originating applications on the grounds of the employee's unreasonable conduct of the proceedings on the basis, inter alia, that its decision fell well within the boundaries of the tribunal's discretion.
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