Cast List Letter Template

What's included:

  • A template document with a list of the main individuals involved in an Employment Tribunal case
  • Downloadable letter in .doc and .pdf formats

Why using a Cast List for your Employment Tribunal can help your case

The purpose of a Tribunal Cast List is to help the Judge and others in understanding the facts of the case quickly by knowing who was involved in the events on which the claim is based. Simply put, it is a list of witnesses associated with your case.

Examples of when to use a Cast List for your Employment Tribunal

The Tribunal may ask for a Cast List for the Final Hearing. Even if they don’t, then especially if there are lots of people involved, it’s worth preparing a Cast List and giving the Respondent and the Tribunal a copy. The following are a few examples of when a Cast List may be used for the Tribunal:

Example

Reese’s ET1 mentions about 10 different people and they decide it would be helpful to the Tribunal to have a Cast List detailing all of their names and job titles.

Ahead of the Final Hearing, Reese decides to prepare a Cast List setting out everyone’s names and job titles.

Example

Martin has his Final Hearing coming up and the Tribunal have ordered him to cooperate with the Respondent to prepare a Cast List.

He prepares a Cast List using Valla, and then sends this to the Respondent to agree before this is provided to the Tribunal.

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How to use a Cast List for your Employment Tribunal

After generating a Tribunal Cast List using Valla’s template, you should:

  1. send the Cast List to the Respondent to agree
  2. send the Cast List to the Tribunal once the Respondent has come back to you.
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Why use Valla?

A law firm can cost anywhere from an initial consultation fee of £200 to £35,000+ plus VAT for Tribunal representation.

Valla offers users low-cost alternatives to pricey law firms. We can help guide you through the process and generate legal documents for your use.

Lawyers can be expensive. But access to justice doesn’t have to be.