Research and Markets: TUPE: Law and Practice - Third Edition Provides a Guide to the TUPE Regulations 2006, Contextualising the Existing TUPE Protections.DUBLIN -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ftccbm/tupe_law_and_prac) has announced the addition of the "TUPE TUPE Transfer of Undertakings (employee rights)
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Since the second edition of TUPE: Law and Practice, the Courts have sought to clarify the position of TUPE in relation to insolvency. Further, there have been clarifications of what is meant by service provision change. To that end, this new edition encapsulates these changes and many others caused by the latest case law developments.
Further, TUPE: Law & Practice provides a guide to the TUPE Regulations 2006, contextualising the existing TUPE protections.
More readily, it considers the practical issues - consultation, pensions, what transfers and does not as well as how the vexed issue of fragmentation hinders clarity. This established text also examines the impact of EU law on this area. Consequently, it remains an invaluable reference work for practitioners, HR managers, policy-makers, academics and students.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: TUPE in context
Chapter 2: Employment rights in TUPE - the new regime
Chapter 3: Pensions and TUPE
Chapter 4: TUPE and insolvency
Chapter 5: Service provision changes and TUPE
Dr Stephen Hardy was for 13 years a law academic (latterly of the University of Manchester The University of Manchester is a university located in Manchester, England. With over 40,000 students studying 500 academic programmes, more than 10,000 staff and an annual income of nearly £600 million it is the largest single-site University in the United Kingdom and receives ), researching into the European, commercial and employment law. As a result he is a respected scholar and author of numerous books and articles in the fields of employment/discrimination and European law. He now practises at the Bar. Formerly he has worked at the EU Commission and the European Parliament, as well as special advisor to the UK Government (DTI Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)
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Wyn Derbyshire originally trained as a research chemist, gaining a PhD from the University of Cambridge before qualifying as a lawyer. Now a partner at City law firm S J Berwin LLP LLP - Lower Layer Protocol , he has for many years been interested in financial history.
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