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Commission v UK

[1994] ICR 664

Case summary last updated at 18/02/2020 21:02 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Commission v UK

This case established that EC law required employees to consult with non-union form of representatives where no traditional union structure was in place. UK law had said that there was only a duty to consult on redundancies with reps from a trade union that the employer recognised. This contradicted an EC directive.

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