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Who is responsible for compiling a bundle of documents before Pre-Hearing Review? PHR will determine I was an employee of the respondent.
Well, it's not that simple with the respondent unwilling to cooperate. I have sent request for disclosure of documents and did not get any answer. I also sent draft index of bundle - no answer whatsoever. The problem is the respondent has access to the evidence - i.e. my emails to and from the company management. I also don't know what documents the respondent wants to enclose - he just keep ignoring my efforts.
Could you write just few sentences how can I begin this letter to the tribunal?
Do I have to send my bundle to ET or just bring it to the hearing?
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