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Hello, my name is Ben and it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today.
Before proceeding please note that as I am a practising solicitor, I am often in and out of meetings, travelling between clients or even at court when I pick your question up. This may even occur at weekends. Therefore, I apologise in advance but there may be a delay in getting back to you and providing my advice. Please be patient and I will respond as soon as I can. You do not have to wait here and you will receive an email when I have responded. For now please let me know when the trial is
I have an employment case against my ex boss who kept trying to set me up on a date with his best friend, shut me in an office with him until I agreed to go on a date and made me cuddle him. This happened in April 2012, my current solicitor has gone down the protection under harassment trial. But speaking to other solicitors, they suggest I should have gone to an Employment tribunal. I am getting nervous as costs are spiraling as we get nearer the trial. Is there anyone who can recommend a good No win No fee solicitor or employment barrister. Regards Angela
Hello I have already seen this information in your original query, but please let me know when the trial is? Also do you just need a barrister for this case which is already in the courts?
Good morning Ben,
I'm new to this site, so bare with me! The trial is set between December and February. Oxford County Court have allowed 2 days but my solicitor said it should be heard in 1 day. As yet, I don't have a barrister, I would assume my solicitor would know who to instruct. But I was enquiring if Employment barristers can work on a no win no fee or any additional advice would be most welcome. I can email the Particulars of claim and defence if needs be.
I guess the answer I received isn't the one I originally asked. I was looking for a barrister that would work on a non win no fee basis as I was told by a solicitor in September that some do. I am going to go back to the original solicitor and ask there.