TUPE: Key Differences between NI & ROI Cross Border Transfers

Posted in : Back to Basics on 24 October 2019
Laura Feely
A&L Goodbody

In the latest series of 'Back to Basics' Laura Feely, Associate with A&L Goodbody's Employment Law Group details the complex differences between Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland cross border transfers and the implications for businesses each side of the border.

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So, the transfer of undertakings, commonly referred to as TUPE, is a very complex area of law. And for businesses that are operating on both sides of the border, and particularly where there is a cross-border transfer situation, it becomes an even more challenging area of law. And this is because

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This article is correct at 24/10/2019
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Laura Feely
A&L Goodbody

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