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Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014


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Employment law


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30 July 2014


Oxford University Press


9780199664221


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Blackstone's Employment Law Practice 2014

Edited by: Gavin Mansfield, John Bowers, Damian Brown, Simon Forshaw, Anthony Korn, Julia Palca, Jonathan Schwarz, Brian Napier

Overview

The only text to provide everything you need for bringing, defending and appealing employment cases in one single, portable volume, Blackstone's Employment Law Practice provides an unbeatable combination of clear, comprehensive commentary with key legislation.

Drawing together comprehensive coverage of practice and procedure in the employment tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, and the Central Arbitration Commitee, Blackstone's Employment Law Practice is an essential purchase for any serious employment practitioner. Ideal for preparing and for during a case in tribunal or court.