||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 99 (Aug)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Recorder Langstaff, Mr D Jenkins and Prof P Wickens
||11 July 2002
Employment tribunal - Procedure - Originating application - Amendment - Employment tribunal exercising discretion to allow amendment to originating application - Whether tribunal in error - Employment Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Rules 1993.
In all the circumstances, an employment tribunal had not erred in the exercise of its discretion by allowing the employee, who was a solicitor, to amend his originating application to include a complaint of unfair dismissal seven months after the employee had identified his complaint in his originating application as one of disability discrimination.
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