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In the current challenging economic conditions a growing number of mergers and acquisitions and company restructuring are taking place.

TUPE Advice Solicitors Scotland

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) Regulations protects the employment terms and conditions of employees faced with a move to a new company.
TUPE regulations are complex and it is essential that employees and employers receive specialist legal advice whenever business restructuring and merger issues are under consideration (contemplated).

With the employment law maze becoming increasingly complex, particularly in respect of TUPE, Raeside Chisholm's team of dedicated employment lawyers deliver bespoke employment law and HR services tailored to suit each individual client’s needs.

Contact our Employment Lawyers in Glasgow

Based in Glasgow our employment lawyers advise employers & employees on TUPE considerations and other employment law considerations in respect of business restructures and mergers. To find out how our employment lawyers can help you with issues relating to TUPE Regulations or to arrange an initial consultation with one of the top employment solicitors in Glasgow, please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456

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