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CJEU favours “dynamic” approach on TUPE collective rights *

United Kingdom - July 18 2013
If an employee's contract incorporates a right to receive pay rises negotiated from "time to time" under a collective agreement, will his new…

Co-authors: Alison Woods, Anthony Fincham , Sarah Ozanne.


Advocate General: no prohibition on TUPE collective rights being “dynamic” *

European Union - February 19 2013
If an employee's contract incorporates a right to receive pay rises negotiated from "time to time" under a collective agreement, will his new…

Co-authors: Anthony Fincham , Sarah Ozanne, Liam Kerr.


Eweida v United Kingdom decision: employee’s Article 9 rights violated *

European Union, United Kingdom - January 16 2013
The European Court of Human Rights has published its long awaited decision in relation to the joined cases of Eweida and Others v. the United Kingdom…

Co-authors: Anthony Fincham , Sarah Ozanne, Liam Kerr.


Government announces reform of redundancy consultation provisions *

United Kingdom - December 19 2012
The Government has revealed that it intends to reduce the minimum consultation period before large-scale redundancies can take place from 90 to 45 days.

Co-authors: Anthony Fincham , Sarah Ozanne, Liam Kerr.


UK must protect employees from dismissal on grounds of political affiliation or beliefs *

European Union, United Kingdom - November 22 2012
In Redfearn v the United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights held that the U.K. is in breach of Article 11 of the European Convention of Human Rights by failing to adequately protect employees dismissed on the grounds of their political opinions or affiliations.

Co-authors: Anthony Fincham , Sarah Ozanne, Liam Kerr.


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