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TUPE – Business Sales/Outsourcing

Are you selling your business or changing contractors? Have you heard that something called TUPE applies? Speak to us to understand your rights and obligations.

This is a complex area of law and you may have no idea of what the law requires from you. Equally you may just want us to check the processes you are following and help ensure you are not in breach of your obligations. Either way we are on hand to guide you through TUPE and your obligations.

Whether it be:
Helping you to understand when TUPE applies;
Guiding you on how you comply with your information and consultation obligations;
Assisting you with producing Employee Liability Information; or
Drafting or considering effective warranties and indemnities;
We are here to help.

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