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You can appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) if you think a legal mistake was made in an employment tribunal case.
For example, you could appeal if it:
- got the law wrong
- did not apply the correct law
- did not follow the correct procedures and this affected the decision
- had no evidence to support its decision
- was unfairly biased towards the other party
EAT is independent of government and will listen to both sides of the argument before making a decision.
Before you appeal
Ask the employment tribunal to send you the reasons for the decision, if you do not already have them. You can continue your appeal while you wait for them.
Help with your appeal
It may prove helpful to Read the rules that EAT follows when making decisions.
Contact us today if you’re unsure about this and we can connect you with a specialist public access barrister for them to a
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