TUPE Update: Construction of an indemnity clause; Continuity of employment; Automatic unfair dismissalPosted in : TUPE Updates on 8 January 2019
In this issue, we discuss a dispute about a construction of a TUPE indemnity clause about employment responsibilities for staff in a concession at Harrods Department Store in London. We also cover a recent case on transfer of employment between associated employers. And we bring you up to date on a case about automatically unfair dismissals under TUPE that is going to the GB Court of Appeal.
Construction of a TUPE indemnity clause
In Urban Retreats Ltd v Harrods Ltd (GB High Court, 12 October 2018, unreported) a dispute arose between the commercial parties under a licence agreement on the construction of an indemnity clause. Urban Retreats had operated a hairdressing and beauty salon in
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