Employment Appeal Tribunal

Appeals against a decision made by an Employment Tribunal by appealing to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT).

However, the EAT will only consider appeals on points of law. This means decisions reached through the incorrect use of the law by the Employment Tribunal.

An appeal must be made within 42 days of receiving the Employment Tribunal's full written decision.

Public Funding / Community Legal Services Funding is available to those who qualify financially if you are making an appeal to the EAT.

Also, the Statutory Charge does not apply to any compensation recovered in the EAT.

See the Legal Aid

Human Rights Act 1998 - in employment cases

Employment Law