Redundancy: Law and Practice (4th Edition) (4th Revised edition)
John McMullen (Author)
Following the massive overhaul of legislation on the subject of redundancy and unfair dismissal in recent years, this is a growing area of interest for any practitioner working in employment law How should your clients select for redundancy? What pool should they use? In general, how can they stay within the law and good practice, and avoid litigation? Redundancy: The Law and Practice explores redundancy law in England and Wales from a practical and analytical standpoint, comprehensively covering individual redundancy, unfair dismissal, contractual redundancy schemes, discrimination, voluntary severance arrangements, and collective redundancies Now in its fourth edition, this book has been revised to accommodate the wealth of case law that has been generated since the publication of the third edition, including core cases such as USA v Nolan  (on the question when an employer should start redundancy consultation); USDAW v WW Realisation 1 Limited (for the outcome of the 'Woolworths' litigation and the meaning of establishment for collective redundancy purposes); and all critical caselaw on unfair dismissal, such as Halpin v Sandpiper Books Ltd, Fulcrum Pharma (Europe) Ltd v Bonaserra, and Mefful v Merton and Lambeth Citizens Advice Bureau. Additionally, all changes in legislation and statute law, such as the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (Amendment) Order 2013, have been updated, with additional material on sex discrimination and maternity leave, unfair dismissal, and collective redundancies - bringing this edition fully up to date With more practical tools such as precedents, checklists, and guidance, Redundancy: The Law and Practice is an invaluable resource for practitioners working in employment law
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About the Author
John McMullen, MA, PhD, FCIPD, FRSA; is one of the UK's leading employment lawyers. He is a Partner at Spencer West LLP and is also Visiting Professor of Law at Leeds University Business School, Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change.
- Contributor: John McMullen
- Imprint: Oxford University Press
- ISBN13: 9780198798484
- Number of Pages: 480
- Packaged Dimensions: 175x255x35mm
- Packaged Weight: 998
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- Release Date: 2021-02-25
- Binding: Hardback
- Biography: John McMullen, MA, PhD, FCIPD, FRSA; is one of the UK's leading employment lawyers. He is a Partner at Spencer West LLP and is also Visiting Professor of Law at Leeds University Business School, Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change.
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