Middlesbrough Borough Council v TGWU and another  IRLR 332 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
- 4 December 2001
Continuing our regular series spelling out the implications of important cases heard recently in the appeal courts. Paul White and Charlotte Hamer look at the issues
Collective redundancies: Employer failed to consult unions about ways of avoiding collective redundancies
- 1 August 2001
In Middlesbrough Borough Council v Transport and General Workers' Union and another, the EAT upholds an employment tribunal's finding of fact that an employer failed to consult representatives of two trade unions that it recognised, in respect of more than 100 employees whom it was proposing to make redundant within 90 days, about ways of avoiding the dismissals.