Simpson v Strathclyde Police & Anor - Calculating amount of deposit order [2012] EAT

When a Employment Judge orders that a deposit be paid in order to continue a claim, there are no requirements to calculate the amount in any particular way: provided the figure is a reasonable one in all the circumstances the EAT will not interfere. 

An employment judge (EJ) ruled that Miss Simpson's discrimination claim had little reasonable prospect of success, and ordered that she pay a deposit of £380 to continue. 

Miss Simpson appealed to the EAT against the amount of the order.

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