In McLeod and Welsh v Ingram (t/a Phoenix Taxis) and Rainbow Cars Ltd (t/a Rainbow Taxis), the EAT in Scotland holds that, in determining whether a transfer of an undertaking has taken place, the starting point must be the actual agreement entered into between the undertakings involved.
Continuing our series on the implications of recent significant cases, Hugh Calloway, associate solicitor in the commercial litigation department at Glanvilles Solicitors looks at issues surrounding some employment-related disputes. This week: drugs policies and misconduct.
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