42 Bedford Row member, Christi Scarborough, successfully represented a company that had purchased Staveley Head Limited from administrators. The claim involved 40 claimants, claiming a total of £230,000 in respect of failure to adequately consult in respect of redundancies made when Staveley Head went into administration. She was able to successfully argue that the redundancies were as a result of the company’s financial difficulties and not related to the subsequent TUPE transfer. The company was not therefore liable in respect of any claim for failure to consult.
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