Employers and employees can ask tribunals not to make proceedings public
With a number of recent high profile injunctions preventing the press reporting certain details about celebrities, what is the position in Employment Tribunals?
Tribunal proceedings are generally open to the public; this means they can be attended by the press and the parties can be named in the decision – but not always. Kevin Lau, solicitor in our Employment law team, looks at how and why ET proceedings can be made private, and how it works. Click here to read the article in full on the CIPD website.