Please continue to find my answer, it should not be that complex, it either falls in that category or does not. I need to know quickly so that I know hoe to proceed with my complaint
Please keep looking, I have already paid for this advice so an answer would be useful
the defamation here would be that what may or may not be true in terms of historical events have no connection with the work I am doing at this time, and if these historical events (which I am contesting) are being used out of context against me to persuade people to not use my services, thus harming my relationships. This is defamation, as it is preventing me from carrying on a normal occupation which I must be allowed to do.
They have repeated what has been determined by a tribunal here, which is being contested) so the defamation or damaging behaviour is to use that historical event out of context to create slander. The words used are lack of integrity dishonesty, and a penalty that has been imposed( again contested by me). There must be some crime being committed here, otherwise - I will never be able to prevent corporates using that information out of context and I will not be taken on face value with any situation in the future.
The Tribunal case is over, and long finished. I am contesting that decision at The Court of Human rights - and I do not give financial advice any longer, I offer facilitation services/administration services, and what the firm in question have done is to use that historical event to suggest that I would not be a worthy person to deal with, when I serve no risk to anyone offering the services I do to clients that have been referred to me. - this must be a crime - but if there is no crime is there a civil claim here?
Thank you for your answer. But Is there a civil argument here?
In which case would it be worth to send them a complaint letter from my mediation firm that will let them know we are not happy with their lack of discretion, and tactics?