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Offered Compromise Agreement - redundancy/unfair dismissal/sex discrimination case


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As in "I believe that xyz will try to paint a picture of a money hungry ogre but as you can see from the evidence provided this was clearly a case of unfair dismissal"

 

OR

 

"As I will demonstrate throught the evidence provided this was clearly a case of unfair dismissal"

 

THIS IS AN EXAMPLE AND NOT A TERRIBLE EXAMPLE OF AN OPENING STATEMENT!!!

 

You cannot know what their defence will be on the day as a skilled counsel will play it close to their chest. You can get a clue form their list of issues, though. Were you to say "The other party intend to show me as a money-digging ogre" and on the day their tactic is, "She resigned due to the fact she found another job" (fictional example, as I do not know the details of your case) you will look as though you have poor judgment.

 

I should look up the statutory meaning of "unfair dismissal" and use this to explain why you fit that statute.

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Mitigating evidence - how much information do I have to include??

 

Calls to agents?? Visits to job centers? Calls to friends/family?? Actual applications?

 

I obviously want to prove I've been looking but only so much of the evidence has been actual application. Anyone got some sort of guide of what is and isn't needed??

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