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How to win an employment law case - Employment Law Journal

How to win an employment law case - Employment Law Journal

By Natasha Adom - February 2016

Natasha Adom gives her top five tips for how in-house lawyers can improve their company's chances of success in court or at the employment tribunal.

When it comes to litigation, it goes without saying that it is difficult to change the fundamental merits of a case. However, there is often much more to whether companies win or lost employment cases than the purely legal aspects.

This article gives tips on why companies lose employment cases, both as respondents in employment tribunal claims and as defendants (or claimants) in the High Court and what their advisers can do to increase their prospects of winning.

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