||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 161 (Aug)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Slade J, V Branney and T Standworth
||Claire Darwin (instructed by the Bar Pro Bono Unit) for the employee.
||Hayley McLorinan (instructed by John Lewis Partnership Legal Services) for the employer.
||17 August 2012
Employment tribunal - Procedure - Decision - Costs - Employee bringing unfair dismissal claim against employer - Employment tribunal ruling, inter alia, that employee's claim misconceived - Employee being ordered to pay employer's costs - Employer being VAT registered - Employee appealing - Whether tribunal erring.
Employment tribunal Procedure. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, in determining the employee's appeal against a decision from the Employment Tribunal, held, inter alia, that in the award of costs to the employer, the employer had not been entitled to recover VAT on the employer's counsel's fees and travel expenses when the employer had been registered for VAT and would be able to reclaim it as input tax.
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