So, on 2nd July 2013 S Three plc wrote to the court and stated that we had come to a settlement agreement:-
Yet, now I am suing for breach of that agreement they say that I could not have accepted that offer, so how could we have come to an agreement.
Bear in mind that offer, which was supposedly not capable of acceptance asked me to accept it, clearly indicating that they were going to finalise the matter (releasing payment) that very day.
They now state in the defence that we could not come to an agreement.
At the moment we have an arbitration call later this month on the original case, where I will explain that we already have a settlement agreement which I am enforcing. We'll see how the arbitrator copes with that.
I am also in discussions with the ICO to formally clarify that as A&A are a provider of public electronic communications services, and as I personally have a contract with A&A that makes me a subscriber for email covering the email address to which Huxley originally emailed, that it is definitely covered by the regulations.
Also, for some reason, they are changing the defendant to S Three Staffing UK Ltd. The offer to settle was made on S Three plc letterhead so I'll advise the court that they are the defendant. [update: re-reading, S Three plc made the offer on behalf of S Three Staff UK Ltd, so maybe that is right]
Should be fun.
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