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  1. Hmmm, I thought I posted a reply on here. I guess I didn't hit 'post' Anyhow, here's how it went down. I had a review hearing on last week. I had asked for a review hearing, because in October I had withdrawn my initial discrimination claim (due to stress). My employers made an application to dismiss under rule 25(4). My solicitor contested the 25(4), but the judge had made the ruling to dismiss before my solicitor's argument was put in front of her. In addition I submitted a second ET case, this time for victimisation. As I was put on redundancy notice, (and was the only one in th
  2. A settlement has been agreed in principle. Going to the tribunal this morning. Hopefully the details will be ironed before we face the judge. Strangely enough, my employers solicitors were never told that I am in the midst undergoing the redundancy process. My solicitor had to inform them and they were as equally shocked. Settlement talks began very shortly after that. That can't be typical, can it?
  3. My solicitor is not working on a contingency basis. She is working on a flat fee and will not get a percentage of a payout (should I get one) My employer has given me the following choices: Redundancy, Voluntary Redundancy, be hired by another department.
  4. Brief update: Submitted a new ET1 for Victimisation last month. Going to tribunal next week for a review hearing. Applied for a new job at a better company that pays £10K more and I got it Went to hand in my notice but before I could hand my boss the resignation letter, he told me that my post was being made redundant. I'm the only person in the redundancy pool. He insists my redundancy has NOTHING to do with past grievances. Yeah.... right... My solicitor advised me to quit and claim constructive dismissal. I'm not sure I want to go down that road. I think I jus
  5. I have a new claim to the ET which is quite detailed. I require more space than is allowed on the ET1 PDF which submits digitally How does one deal with this?.
  6. My employment lawyer doesn't seem very knowledgeable about withdrawals. This seems odd. I have been asking for weeks. It may be a sign that I need to change lawyers. I don't have a CA. An offer has been put on the table. Thanks.
  7. The judge dismissed upon withdrawal after respondents applied for 25(4) to be applied. Respondents gave us 7 days to contest the 25(4) but the judge made the judgement before the 7 days were over- and before our application to contest 25(4) was received. I'm just trying to figure out who I should write to sort this out. i
  8. When the case has been dismissed, then the are no upcoming court appearance to point out the error
  9. OK, thanks. But what if I'm just asking for the judgement to be reviewed due to an administrative error.
  10. Hello, I would like to write to the tribunal to ask them to review a judgement that has been made. Do I write to the EAT or the ET in order to do so? Thanks, GP
  11. Ok, thanks for the advice. I understand what you're saying but... After nearly 18 months of having little work to do, I wouldn't say I've lost the moral high ground, especially after the way I've been discriminated against. I feel that in many ways I'm sharpening my technical skills and I'm learning, which is the best part. But perhaps I should do online training instead?
  12. I am currently employed. I submitted an ET1 and had case management. I withdrew due to stress. Respondent applied to get my case dismissed under 25(4) but this was not allowed, (I think). "Case was dismissed upon withdrawal." So my solicitor and I are submitting a new ET1 with new details this week. Last week my company offered me a settlement of £9.5K (net) and if I agreed it would be a part of compromise agreement and I would leave the company. To further complicate the issue, I told HR about my intentions of going on maternity leave next year. And that I couldn't possib
  13. My solicitor thinks that I am likely to get a few thousand more pounds and that I should be happy with £20K. I would not be happy with £20K if it means that I am giving up a £50K job. Should the case go forward. My solicitor has put together a schedule of loss for £20K.
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