||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 214 (Oct)
||European Court of Human Rights
Judges Pellonpaa (President), Bratza, Pastor Ridreujo, Palm, Fischball, Casadevall And Pavlovschi, and Mr M O'boyle (Section Registrar)
||15 October 2002
Human rights - Right to fair and public hearing - Civil proceedings - Employment Appeal Tribunal - Length of proceedings - Entitlement to damages - European Convention on Human Rights, arts 6(1), 41.
Where the applicant had brought various proceedings in the employment tribunal which, including appeals, had lasted up to eight years and nine months, it was held that in the circumstances, the length of those proceedings had been excessive in violation of art6(1) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
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