||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 112 (Sep)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Recorder Luba QC, Mr G Lewis and Ms P Tatlow
||The employee appeared by her representative.
||Natasha Sethi (instructed by Hertfordshire County Council) for the employer.
||15 September 2006
Employment tribunal - Procedure - Complaint of unfair dismissal - Employee recording disciplinary panel's private deliberations - Tribunal directing that recordings admissible - Whether direction offending public interest - Whether tribunal erring in law.
In a case where an employment tribunal had directed that the employee was entitled to adduce secret recordings of a disciplinary panel's private deliberations, the appeal tribunal held that such a direction was against the public interest and directed that that evidence could not be relied upon by the employee.
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