TUPE: The Law and Practice

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Date:
Wed, 17 Jun 2020
City:
London (National)
Venue Address:
BMA House, Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 9JP
Speaker(s):
To be confirmed
Event Type:
Introductory
Duration:
1 or 2 days: Day One: 9.30am-5.10pm; Day Two: 9.30am-5.00pm
CPD hours:
Day one: 6; Day two: 5.5
Status:
Spaces Available
TUPE: The Law and Practice
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Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 June 2020

Fee
Cost for both days: £425 +VAT
Cost for one day: £225 + VAT

There is a 20% early bird discount until 31 January 2020

We also offer  the following discounts on the full fee:

  • 30% out-of-region discount
  • 50% discount to members working in the voluntary sector and to pupil barristers and barristers with less than 2 year’s call 
  • there is no deadline to take up these discounts

Members may book for either day one or day two, as well as for the full two day course.
Please note this course is non-residential. The course fees do not include overnight accommodation.

This course will give members a comprehensive knowledge of the technical and practical aspects of TUPE. There will be a full and clear analysis of the legislation and key cases, together with updates on recent developments in case law and a look ahead to what Brexit might bring. The course will also cover the commercial considerations that apply in a business sale and an outsourcing, including managing TUPE data, identifying commercial issues and negotiating tactics.  

Day one focuses on the academic aspects of TUPE, covering the six core topics:

  • Identifying a relevant transfer
  • Who Transfers?
  • What transfers: The rights and liabilities of employees
  • Employers’ duties to inform and consult
  • Changing legal terms and working conditions
  • Dismissals

Day two builds on the black letter law covered on day one, focussing on the commercial aspects which apply in a business and an outsourcing. Through practical talks and case studies, day two will cover:

  • How employee issues can impact on the wider deal
  • Data gathering and preparation:
    • due diligence
    • data rooms
    • bundling
    • transferee plans
    • handover issues
  • Drafting and negotiating warranties and indemnities (and how non-employment clauses impact on employment issues)
  • Specific employment issues on outsourcing/retendering and insolvencies

This page will be updated as speakers and programme are confirmed


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