TUPE refers to the “Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006″ as amended by the “Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014.”
TUPE regulations protect employee rights, when the organisation or service they work for transfers to a new employer.
At Davenport Solicitors, our team has considerable experience in relation to TUPE cases and we have advised businesses of their rights in these matters. We understand that a TUPE situation is likely to occur at a difficult moment for many businesses, which means that many employees will be in a more emotional state than usual. Our expertise and experience, as well as being an outside party, allows us to remove the emotional aspect of the situation and ensure that our clients are represented in the most appropriate manner with respect to their rights and the law.
If you are facing a TUPE situation, it is best to seek professional guidance and assistance as early on the process as you can. We believe that we are London TUPE specialists and if you are keen to work closely with a specialist firm in this area of law, please get in touch and we will be more than happy to provide representation or assistance.
We are London experts on TUPE regulations
There are two situations where the TUPE regulations can apply:
1. Business transfers: TUPE regulations apply if a business or part of a business moves to a new owner or merges with another business to make a brand new employer.
2. Service provision transfers: TUPE regulations apply where a client engages a contractor to do work on its behalf, reassigning such a contract or bringing the work in-house.
TUPE regulations impact on the employer who is making the transfer and the employer who is taking on the transfer.
We are more than happy to provide our services to employees and employers, because the TUPE process can place a great strain on all parties involved with the process. If you are facing a TUPE situation, please get in touch and we will be more than happy to provide guidance, assistance and representation.
How can we help?
We help you to know whether the TUPE regulations apply to you or your firm in this situation. If they do, we will ensure that you fully understand what your rights and obligations are in this situation. If you are involved with a TUPE process, please get in touch and we will be more than happy to meet with you.
If you would like advice, guidance or representation on any TUPE matter, please contact our employment law experts on +44 (0)20 7959 2358
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