TUPE Update - April 2015Posted in : TUPE Updates on 28 April 2015
John McMullen discusses three cases. These are:
* Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills v Dobrucki (TUPE and insolvency).
* London Borough of Hillingdon v Gormanley (whether an employee is assigned to the business or service)
* Rynda (UK) Limited v Rhijnsburger (service provision change and whether a single employee can be an organised grouping of employees)
TUPE and service provision: single employee was an organised grouping of employees
The GB Court of Appeal has, in Rynda (UK) Limited v Rhijnsburger  EWCA Civ 75 upheld the EAT decision in that case to the effect that a single employee could constitute an organised grouping of employees for the purposes of a service
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