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I understand cannot go to Tribunal without the support of ACAS, which I have, a reference no., of a certificate of conciliation.,
I was dismissed from my job with the NHS on 14th April 2014, I sort help from ACAS, I have been through the appeal and have a reply from the appeal to say they agree with the HR/Management, that arrived 18th July 2014.,which is itemised with my lack of support, moving on, I need help to find a litigation solicitor to take my case within the time allowed, a month from when, when I went to the appeal, or when the letter was dated, I have instructions to download the form from ACAS, along with the reference no., where will I find a solicitor in my area, Peterborough., regards ***** *****
Hi, thanks for getting back to me. You are correct that you need to go through ACAS’ early conciliation service first before you are able to make a claim in the employment tribunal. However, if conciliation is not possible with the employer and the process comes to an end, whereby you are issued with a reference number by ACAS, you are then free to make a claim in the employment tribunal.
You do not actually need a solicitor to submit your claim – this is not a formal requirement. Many claimants make the claims themselves without any legal assistance. However, if you wish to use the services of a solicitor you are of course free to do so. There are dozens of employment solicitors you could choose from and whilst we cannot recommend a specific one as you need to choose one yourself, depending on what suits you best, ***** ***** direct you to the Law Society’s search function where you can choose your local area and the specific field of a solicitor you are after (in this case Employment Law). It would then be a matter of selecting a firm from the list and enquiring as to whether they can help you with your specific situation. You should also consider the costs involved and eventually make a decision as to which firm is most suitable for your needs.
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Hope this clarifies your position? If you could please let me know that would be great, thank you
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