||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 166 (Oct)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal, Scotland
Lord Johnston, Mr A McQuaker and Dr W Spiers
||Kenneth Hogg (of Allcourt Solicitors, Livingston) for the employee.
||R Crawford (instructed by Office of the Solicitor of the Scottish Executive) for the employer.
||23 September 2002
Employment tribunal - Appeal from tribunal - Interlocutory decision - Issue arising in course of hearing before tribunal in respect of evidence submitted by appellant employee - Tribunal ruling evidence not capable of basing substantive claim - Whether tribunal in error.
On an appeal against an interlocutory decision by the employment tribunal by which it held, inter alia, that evidence relating to events occurring after the date of issue of the claim form could not base a substantive claim, the Employment Appeal Tribunal ruled that the tribunal came to the correct decision and accordingly dismissed the appeal.
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