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Amicus and another v City Building (Glasgow) LLP and others

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    Amicus and another v City Building (Glasgow) LLP and others [2009] IRLR 253 EAT (2 other reports)

    • TUPE: Duty to consult ends with transfer

      Date:
      25 March 2009

      In Amicus and another v City Building (Glasgow) LLP and others [2009] IRLR 253 EAT, the EAT held that, after a transfer, the transferee employer is not obliged to consult with representatives of the transferred employees in respect of the measures that it proposes to take.

    • TUPE update

      Date:
      1 March 2009

      Twenty-eight years after its birth, TUPE still raises thorny questions. Its complexity is evidenced by the number of groundbreaking tribunal cases which have come to the fore recently, many of which could have far-reaching ramifications at a time of economic instability, writes Lesley Murphy.

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld an employment tribunal decision that there is no obligation under TUPE for transferees to consult with representatives after a transfer.

Glasgow City Council transferred its building services division to City Building (Glasgow) LLP.