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If one party makes a settlement offer to a second party in open correspondence, and a counter offer is then made by the second party in without prejudice correspondence, is the first party entitled to consider their offer rejected and refer to this openly in employment tribunal proceedings?

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Published on LexisPSL on 13/05/2021

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  • If one party makes a settlement offer to a second party in open correspondence, and a counter offer is then made by the second party in without prejudice correspondence, is the first party entitled to consider their offer rejected and refer to this openly in employment tribunal proceedings?

If one party makes a settlement offer to a second party in open correspondence, and a counter offer is then made by the second party in without prejudice correspondence, is the first party entitled to consider their offer rejected and refer to this openly in employment tribunal proceedings?

For information:

  1. on without prejudice communications generally, see Practice Note: Without prejudice communications

  2. on without prejudice communications in employment, see Practice Note: Without prejudice and pre-termination negotiations in

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