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  1. Hi all. A friend has been to see an employment solicitor (he is nearing the end of a 12 month 'career break') and was told that events prior to 3 months ago will not be relevant when it comes to an employment tribunal. Is this correct? I don't want to doubt the solicitor but it just sounds so surprising. Thank you all.
  2. Interesting article in the gazette http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/5049573.article?utm_source=dispatch&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=GAZ250615 But that necessity may come to the fore again as the government wrangles over how to amend or repeal the Human Rights Act: nothing is so fundamental that it cannot be repealed by parliament, if no longer by an all-powerful and capricious monarch.
  3. Hi everyone, we have spent quite a lot of time carefully reading all the post we could find on similar cases here. We are new to the UK so not 100% up to speed on the Laws here and seek your help please! Our former landlady who was a resident landlord (hence no protection under any TDS and thus it was not an Assured Shorthold Tenancy) is we fell unfairly/unlawfully withholding part of our tenancy deposit. Her reasons for doing so have also changed a few times too and dispute numerous attempts to resolves this we are now at the point of sending a Letter Before Action along with a draft cop
  4. Just thought i would ask before i spend my weekend disecting them myself I have searched for a thread where someone has completed a bundle but have failed to find a breakdown of the relevant parts of each case. Also tried to google it and failed. I have Pretty much all of the bundle done and printed, just need these last 2 bits and i will be filling and serving on them on tuesday Any help (shortcuts!) would be amazing!!! And none of this please
  5. Hi there, I am 'disclosure' time for my Tribunal however, in September I agreed to try mediation which hasn't worked as it took months between my initial mediation meeting and a response(which really didn't move things on) from the Respondent(my employer). I was advised by both a employment lawyer that a had an informal chat with, the CAB and my ACAS representative that this delay was too long and could be taken as a way to delay or derail the Tribunal process. I now, based on this advice, would like to include this in the disclosures but the Respondent's solicitor is arguing th
  6. I wanted to reclaim my Halifax bank charges under the financial hardship rule but i can't find the template. I did find this and i am currently receiving benefit.but i wanted to now if it is still relevant before i updated & posted it. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?138290-letter-to-get-charges-back-when-on-benefits thanks
  7. G'day. I have just entered the ET fray, self representing, and I am struggling to find any relevant case history. I believe myself discriminated against during recruitment i.e. I have not been offered positions I believe I would have been offered but for my age. I am 54 and a software developer so I tend to compete in a cohort of applicants in their mid 30's. I am competent at composing advanced searches but I am finding virtually nothing except for a couple of 'big' cases that have attracted press attention. Can anyone point me at some public available databases? I have alread
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