I saw my solicitor today. I was determined to fight on until he threw me a question which I’d never considered.
Do I have any savings to pay a barrister?
Due to the volume of evidence my solicitor said I will now probably have to pay a barrister up front. “Few barristers,” he said, “will read all these documents and lead a 6 day trial on a Conditional Fee Agreement.”
Also, HOWARD and friends have panicked and employed a top London barrister so we can’t hire just anyone. He said, knowing their barrister, my chances of winning have fallen from 100% to 75%.
Who on earth have they got? Kavanagh QC?
I don’t have any money so it’s the end of the road for me. So I’m trying to get the message out...okay...I’m begging for a bit of help. If anyone knows any brilliant barristers who would accept this case on CFA please let me know. They can read about it first-hand here and decide.
I need a miracle.
I’m praying to St Jude.
If not, then I'm heartbroken to say there is no way to win. I have tried my best and found it to be impossible. If you have loads of evidence, you need loads of money. If you have no evidence, you have no case.
I'll keep you posted...
- Bullied By The Boss
- Welcome to my blog. My pen name is Eva James. I'm an aspiring writer paying the bills working as a legal secretary. Relentlessly bullied by my former boss, I looked for another job but the recession hit. Feeling trapped, I recorded everything in this blog, which serves as a revealing insight into workplace bullying. WEEK 1 starts the story and, as the weeks progress, you'll note what starts as banter soon spirals out of control. Sadly, it's all true. Whilst along the way I've found alternative employment, my passion for blogging about workplace bullying remains. Trevor Griffiths, legendary theatre, TV and film writer said at the outset, "I like the writing a lot: smart, cool, placed. If you were prepared/able to take your prick of a boss on, you'd marmelise him."