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Employment Law

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02 MAY 2012

Lancaster University v University and College Union [2011] IRLR 4

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27 October 2010

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Ansell J; Ms J L P Drake CBE; Mrs D M Palmer

Collective consultation over 20 or more redundancies is required even where it would be futile; and futility is not a reason for reducing the award for failing to consult. ‘Redundancy' for these purposes includes the expiry of fixed term contracts.

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