TUPE Update: Transnational Transfers; Personal Injury Liability; and SPCPosted in : TUPE Updates on 9 January 2018
In our latest TUPE update, we look at the GB EAT decision on a transnational TUPE transfer involving a claim by an employee to transfer with the business in which he worked to Manila in the Philippines. We look at a British High Court case on TUPE and the transfer of a personal injury liability to a transferee. And finally, we look at an interesting decision on service provision change in the European Court. The approach of the European Court under the Acquired Rights Directive to service provision change is rather more limited in scope than under the service provision change (Protection of
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