Monthly Archives: July 2013

Important changes to employment law from Monday 29 July 2013

A number of key changes in employment law will be coming into force on Monday 29 July 2013. We have set out a brief summary of the changes below: Fees The 29th July 2013 will mark the introduction of fees … Continue reading

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EU Law precludes a “dynamic” interpretation of TUPE

The ECJ has held that Member States are precluded from finding that “dynamic” clauses relating to collective agreements negotiated after the date of a TUPE transfer are enforceable against transferee employers, where those employers do not have the possibility of … Continue reading

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Collective Redundancies – EAT rules to change meaning of “establishment”

In a landmark ruling, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that the words “at one establishment” in S.188 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA), which comprises the duty to consult collectively in large scale … Continue reading

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Settlement Agreements – Response to ACAS consultation

In February 2013 we posted an article on the proposed changes to the legislation governing settlement negotiations and agreements and the consultation issued by ACAS on its draft code of practice. A response to this consultation has now been published … Continue reading

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