Sud v London Borough Of Ealing - 50% costs order was within proper exercise of tribunal's discretion

The EAT will not lightly interfere with an employment tribunal's exercise of its discretion in ordering costs: it will do so only only if the tribunal's order was so unreasonable that no tribunal properly directing itself could have made it.

Ms Sud brought various claims of disability discrimination before an employment tribunal. With one exception the tribunal dismissed them all; furthermore it awarded costs in favour of LB Ealing of 50% of its actual costs incurred.

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