Brill v Interactive Business Communications Ltd - remission by EAT of case that could not succeed wasted costs and was "abuse of process"

Where an employment tribunal wrongly refuses permission to amend a claim, the EAT will normally remit the amended claim for rehearing; however, it is a waste of costs and abuse of process for the EAT to do this where it is clear, from the tribunal's previous findings of fact, that the amended claim has no prospects of success in any event.

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