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Hi there, this would be a question more suited for an employment lawyer - there are such experts on this site so I will opt out to let one of them help you with this going forwards.
Hello my name is Ross and I can help.
On what grounds do they believe to be misled, has this caused them any detriment (financial or otherwise). Why would they threaten your employee with legal actions? I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for the information. In this case they have no position to take any legal action against you at all. Worst case scenario is that they could refuse to pay the cancellation fee then argue that this is because they were misled. And I think that the absolute worst case (but highly unlikely scenario) would be that a court seen they were mislead by you, therefore you have to pay the cancelation fee instead of the customer. However, and I may be wrong, but nobody is going to pay thousands of pounds in legal fees for something like this. I don't think you have anything to worry about. However, you may want to address where your terms crossover with Company 1's and look at this, but to answer your question no, I don't think they have any grounds for a legal action.
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I don't see how the employee could be affected in any way. If they have made a mistake that has ended up costing you money, then its up to you as their employer what you want to do about this. Company 1 has not authority over your employee. at all!
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I Don't understand, I don't think you are doing anything wrong, just sounds like a bad tempered customer.
Thank you. All the best.