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Contracts of employment: Failure to offer new contract breached duty of trust and confidence

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    Transco plc v O'Brien [2002] IRLR 441 CA (0 other reports)

An employer acted in breach of the implied contractual duty of trust and confidence when it failed to offer an employee new, enhanced contractual redundancy terms given to all other permanent employees, in the genuine but mistaken belief that he was not a permanent employee, holds the Court of Appeal in Transco plc v O'Brien [2002] IRLR 441.