Essay question

I’m hoping that I’m allowed to ask an essay question here and that the Q&A  doesn’t just apply to real life scenarios.

Say an individual resigned and planned to claim constructive dismissal, what would be the implications of the organisation admitting wrongdoing, but writing this is a letter marked with ‘without prejudice’?  Not offering to settle the case, just simply admitting wrongdoing and saying sorry,  ‘without prejudice.’

I realise it’s far fetched! This may be why I can’t find an answer in any of the texts.

Regards

Meline

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Alasdair Taylor's Answer

I’ll pass this on to one of our employment law experts, but he may well take the view that the purpose of an essay question is to test the student’s research skills. 

I’m not sure repeating the question on a Q&A counts as legal research…

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