Tribunals have a wide discretion to manage cases in accordance with the overriding objective – dealing with cases quickly, fairly and cost effectively. This case at the EAT is an example of a Tribunal going a step too far in trying to avoid a long hearing by limiting the number of allegations of discrimination the Claimant could rely on. On appeal to the EAT, the Claimant succeeded in getting that part of the Tribunal’s case management order set aside.