Asim v Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and Moore - Admissibility of new evidence after a tribunal hearing [2010] EAT

New evidence in the shape of a doctor's letter confirming advice given to a claimant the day before an employment tribunal hearing to the effect that the claimant was unfit to represent himself and that no additional sick note was required can be sufficient to persuade the EAT to overrule the tribunal's refusal to adjourn the hearing - and this is so even if the letter was not obtained until after that hearing.

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