EAT practice and procedure: overview

This note provides a guide to proceedings before the EAT. It considers the grounds on which an appeal can be brought and a Notice of Appeal issued by an appellant; how a respondent should lodge an Answer and any cross-appeal; the sift of appeals by the EAT and allocation of appeals to hearing tracks; preparing an appeal for a full hearing, the conduct of a full hearing and the disposal of appeals; review and appeal of EAT decisions; and when costs may be awarded in EAT proceedings.

For guidance on procedure before the employment tribunal, see Practice note, Employment tribunal practice and procedure: overview.


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