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Surely it would be far preferable to reconcile it with the civil courts costs regime (albeit softer than automatic costs orders,) whereby costs do follow the event, the employer can recover them in circumstances where the claims are unreasonable/vexatious/abusive and local employment lawyers association members can participate in staffing free duty solicitor sessions for claimants facing the risk. Fees have been a bar to justice. The focus should be on the legitimate claims, not the hopeless/nuisance ones which the Tribunal has already been clogged up with, again.
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