TUPE Update - August 2017

Posted in : TUPE Updates on 22 August 2017
Dr John McMullen
Wrigleys Solicitors LLP

In our August TUPE update, we look at a British EAT decision on service provision change.  In Anglo Beef Processors UK v Longland the EAT continues to take a pragmatic and common sense approach to when activities changing hands remain fundamentally the same for the purpose of the service provision change rules.  ICAP Management Services Ltd v Berry is a fascinating decision on the right of employees to object to a TUPE transfer and, thereby, release them from their employment contract.  Finally, in Piscarreta Ricardo, the European Court has considered interesting issues arising

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Dr John McMullen
Wrigleys Solicitors LLP

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