In Transport & General Workers' Union v Brauer Coley Ltd (in administration)  IRLR 207 EAT the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that where a trade union is successful in proceedings brought for failure to consult on collective redundancies, the protective award cannot be claimed by any employees in respect of whom the trade union was not recognised by the employer.
This week's case round-up from
Eversheds, covering protective awards.
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