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A definition of exceptional hardship and the circumstances a court will consider when making a decision

Exception hardship is widely regarded as hardship that is more than ordinary, says Milton Keynes crime and regulatory solicitor Mike Hayward . Read Mike's blog post below or watch the short video. Some would say that losing a driving licence, which is one of people’s most treasured possessions, is...

The effect of an Employment Tribunal member falling asleep during a hearing

You are at an Employment Tribunal hearing. Both you and the other side have a legitimate expectation that the decision makers will stay awake during the hearing. If one of them falls asleep, it must render the decision unfair. Surely! Not so, said the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Elys...


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