E-mail to the University of Liverpool about the Bertelsmann Arvato-case

Google Mail – Advice letter

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Google Mail



Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>





Advice letter







Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>





Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 11:32 PM






To:

Law Clinic <clinic@liverpool.ac.uk>






Hi,

it doesn’t calrify it, unfortunatly.

First it was mentioned a pro-bono case, with a contract to sign, not a letter.

The Solicitor interupted the meeting, and said they couldn’t help, since

– The case was to old, she said.

I explained, that I hadn’t been ignorant, and then the solicitior said

the University coultn’t

help, due to that:

– The case was to complex.

I suspect that the Solicitor just didn’t want to help, and made up excuses.

I didn’t want to start an arguement in the meeting, that’s why I’m

complaining about this now,

instead of in the meeting.

Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog

On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 1:58 PM, Law Clinic <clinic@liverpool.ac.uk> wrote:

> Dear Mr Ribskogg,

>

>

>

> Thank you for your email.  Regarding the matters that you raise, I have

> contacted the supervising solicitor who tells me that during the course of

> the interview, you explained that you had already spoken to the CAB and two

> separate solicitors but had not been happy with the advice you received.  In

> addition to your concerns regarding employment issues, you also discussed a

> potential Crown Court proceeding.  The reference to ‘Nature of the Case’ is

> to the fact that your concerns contained wider issues than employment which

> fall outside of the areas of expertise of  the Law Clinic.

>

>

>

> The Law Clinic is intended to provide an advice letter that is prepared over

> two weeks. The Client discusses a concern/issue/claim with the students who

> then go away and research the matter and respond to that concern in writing.

> This was explained during the interview and you agreed that the Law Clinic

> was not the correct forum for you as it was unlikely we could provide the

> level of advice/support you required.

>

> I trust this clarifies the situation.

>

>

>

>

>

> Yours sincerely,

>

>

>

>

>

> Marie Ball

>

> Clinic Administrator

>

> Liverpool Law Clinic

>

> lawclinic@liverpool.ac.uk

>

>

>

>

>

> —–Original Message—–

> From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

> Sent: 07 March 2009 14:47

> To: Law Clinic

> Subject: Re: Advice letter

>

>

>

> Hi,

>

>

>

> thank you for the advice-letter!

>

>

>

> I’ve been reading through it now, and thought that I would contact the

>

> LSC, for further advice.

>

>

>

> But, there was a couple of things that I didn’t understand, from the

>

> meeting and your letter,

>

> that I was just wondering about if you have the chance to explain about.

>

>

>

> The solicitor said in the meeting, that the case was to big for the

>

> university to give advice on,

>

> since I had been ‘mis-lead’ by the Police and the CAB and some

>

> law-firms, and therefore

>

> didn’t contact the Employment-tribunual within three months.

>

>

>

> But couldn’t the case be run as a stand alone employment-case even if

>

> it was delayed due to

>

> that I was mis-lead by the Police etc?

>

>

>

> My second question is that you mention ‘the Nature of the Case’, in

>

> your letter, and say that the

>

> Law Clinic can’t deal with the case, due to the Nature of the Case.

>

>

>

> But I can’t say exactly that I understand what you mean by this term,

>

> and I would like to explain

>

> this, what you mean, to the LCS etc, so I was wondering if you could

>

> please explain to me what

>

> you mean with the term ‘the Nature of the case’, that you mention in

>

> the advice-letter.

>

>

>

> Thanks again for you help and thanks in advance for your help with

>

> answering these questions!

>

>

>

> Yours sincerely,

>

>

>

> Erik Ribsskog

>

>

>

>

>

> On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 12:19 PM, Law Clinic <clinic@liverpool.ac.uk> wrote:

>

>> Dear Mr Ribskogg,

>

>>

>

>>

>

>>

>

>> Please find attached letter of advice from the Liverpool Law Clinic.

>

>>

>

>>

>

>>

>

>> Yours sincerely,

>

>>

>

>>

>

>>

>

>> Marie Ball

>

>>

>

>> Administrator

>

>>

>

>> Liverpool Law Clinic

>

>>

>

>> lawclinic@liverpool.ac.uk

>

>>

>

>>




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