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We advise clients on the full range of scenarios in which TUPE can apply. Our clients include those who are outsourcing for the first time, changing service provider, or bringing a service in-house, as well as contractors who have won or lost a tender. Our substantial practical experience means that we can help you navigate the legal and commercial challenges which arise when TUPE operates.
When it comes to business sales, we have worked for many years alongside our corporate team to ensure that the TUPE questions and related paperwork are resolved for both sellers and buyers in the best interests of our clients. We are also able to guide individuals who find themselves subject to a TUPE transfer. It is usually a confusing and uncertain time, and our experience and advice can be of invaluable support. If a claim is necessary, then we are specialists in pursuing our client’s rights in the Employment Tribunal.
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