Hello everyone, A business is considering taking civil action against an employee who immediately departed their job before the full extent of their employee expenses theft could be properly & fully discovered. They have not been seen for some months. Investigation of accounts since has revealed that (conservatively) just under 10k was wrongly claimed so will likely be MCOL claim. We will first need to send pre-action protocol letter giving them opportunity to pay back & we expect that they will do this. My question is - If they do so & this matter is effectively settled out of court, can we publicise that this has happened? This person was held in high trust in the business & at the moment it appears to everyone that they just left of their own volition as we have been discreet about what has happened in anticipation of perhaps needing to consider legal action to recover the money. Thanks in advance for any help.