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Practical guidance on how to deal with union derecognition and end collective bargaining arrangements, including the role of the Central Arbitration Committee.
Joe Glavina of Addleshaw Goddard outlines the latest legal rulings and explains what you need to do to avoid tribunals.
In R (on the application of Ultraframe (UK) Ltd) v Central Arbitration Committee, the Court of Appeal holds that the role of the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) had been intended by parliament to be a decision-making body in a specialist area not suitable for the intervention of the courts.
In R v Central Arbitration Committee ex parte Norwich Union (8.6.88) EOR22C, the Queen's Bench Division (Mr Justice Rose) rules that the CAC exceeded its powers under the now repealed s.3 of the Equal Pay Act 1970 in acting upon the basis that it had jurisdiction under EEC law to amend a collective agreement which indirectly discriminated against women.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to the Central Arbitration Committee.