Employment

I am the claimant in an UD+Discrimination claim. I am attending a preliminary hearing soon and the Respondents have their solicitor and barrister there to present their issues, arguments, etc. Are any of the respondents allowed to attend in the back and take notes/listen in on the meeting? 

Hearings are usualy held in

Hearings are usualy held in public - open to all.

Profile: retired barrister legal adviser with MOJ.

This is a private preliminary

This is a private preliminary hearing, designated private by the judge calling it. Are the respondents still allowed to attend if they r there with their representatives  but jut sot there making notes?

 

Why shouldn't they be? They

Why shouldn't they be? They are parties in the case so entitled to be present.

If they were not represented they'd have to be there.

So what's the problem.

Profile: retired barrister legal adviser with MOJ.

Thanks. I was just making

Thanks. I was just making sire; they have done lots of things wrong. Thanks.

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