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The Law of TUPE Transfers
The UK's transfer of undertakings legislation - TUPE - is of immense practical, commercial, and financial significance to employers and employees in both the public and private sectors, yet it is also one of the most notoriously complex and unpredictable areas of employment law. It is an area which has seen regular and significant developments not just in the case law but also as a result of the amendments intorduced by the 2014 The Collective Redundancies and
Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations which significantly changed a number of aspects of the legislation.
This new edition of The Law of TUPE Transfers gives a concise yet comprehensive examination of all aspects of TUPE, covering issues such as when the regulations apply, the legal effects of a transfer, the information and consultation requirements of the legislation, and claims arising from transfer related dismissals, as well as examining the impact of the various amendments made by the 2014 amendment regulation.
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This new edition of his guide is masterful. His ability to explain core concepts and the nuances is a wonder to behold ...
I defy a reader of this book to come away disappointed. Either there is a straight answer to your problem, explained in forthright terms, or if there is uncertainty you will be told how this has arisen and what the arguments are on either side of the issue ...
No employment practitioner should be without this fine work. You will be a better lawyer for it, no matter how smart you already are. * Professor Dominic Regan, New Law Journal (Jan 2017) * It is a testament to the experience of Charles Wynn-Evans that he manages both to identify a large number of these difficult questions - some of which may not even have thought of before - and express with clarity the answers ... OUP deserve high praise for the elegant presentation of this book, which, as Lord Justice Elias notes in his foreword, provides 'a masterly account of the intricacies of the law'. * Geoffrey Mead, Eversheds LLP