service provision change
Rynda(UK) Ltd v Rhijnsburger UKEAT/0570/12/LA
Appeal against a finding that there had been a relevant TUPE transfer such that the claimant had the requisite period of continuous service to pursue her claim of unfair dismissal. Appeal dismissed.
British Telecommunications PLC v Adamson & Ors UKEAT/0282/12/SM
Appeal against a finding that the employees, who had transferred to the transferee, had been dismissed by reason of redundancy. A second appeal against the reserved remedy judgment concerning pension loss compensation. Appeals dismissed.
London Borough of Islington v Bannon & Anor UKEAT/0221/12/KN
Appeal against the decision that there had been a service provision change within the meaning of TUPE. Appeal dismissed.
TUPE Cases Round-Up: November 2012
In this month’s round-up, Mark Shulman consultant solicitor with Keystone Law looks at some recent cases on TUPE and service provision changes.
Department for Education v Huke & Anor UKEAT/0080/12/LA
Appeal against a decision that there had been a TUPE transfer and that the claimant had been unfairly dismissed by the transferee. Appeal allowed and remitted to a fresh Tribunal.
SNR Denton UK LLP v Kirwan & Anor UKEAT/0158/12/ZT
Appeal against a decision that there had been a service provision change when administrators appointed a firm of solicitors to act for them in the administration of a facilities management company and to dispose of the company’s contracts. Appeal allowed and ET decision was overturned.