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|Jhuti v Royal Mail Group Ltd (Practice and Procedure) (2017) UKEAT 0062/17||
Litigation friend under employment tribunal rules
Summary from judgment: "While there is no express power provided by the ETA 1996 or the 2013 Rules made under it, the appointment of a litigation friend is within the power to make a case management order in the 2013 Rules as a procedural matter in a case where otherwise a litigant who lacks capacity to conduct litigation would have no means of accessing justice or achieving a remedy for a legal wrong."
|Stott v Leadec Ltd (2020) UKEAT 263/19||
EAT capacity and litigation friend
The Employment Appeal Tribunal adjourned for a medical report on litigation capacity and commented on the continuing lack of rules rules containing clearly defined powers in relation to proceedings involving protected parties (as defined in Part 21 of the CPR) in employment tribunals and in the EAT.