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Wrigleys Solicitors advise on shared services projects

Shared services is a solution which is proving an extremely popular means for organisations to deliver their core business in a more efficient manner.

What is the shared services model?

The model reflects changes to VAT law and is a collaboration between bodies, often in the same sector, with a common interest who combine to form a third party vehicle which thereafter provides shared services to the consortium members.

This advice involves expertise in commercial contracts, TUPE and pensions. Wrigleys has particular expertise in the Further Education sector.

Relevant case law

Please see an analysis of the key case of Amatori & ors v Telecom Italia SpA Shared Service Center Srl Case C-458/12 here

 of Dr John McMullen, Chambers & Partners commends his:

"knowledge and expertise" and acknowledges that "He is very thorough and has a no-nonsense approach"

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12 Dec 2018

Enfranchisement reform - implications for community-led housing

We look at the impact of proposed changes to enfranchisement law – community-led housing (CLH) groups should respond before 7 January 2019.

30 Nov 2018

Will a refusal to offer a trial period make a redundancy dismissal unfair?

Yes, the refusal of a contractual right to a four week trial period in an alternative role is very likely to lead to an unfair dismissal (EAT).

30 Nov 2018

Can an employee be dismissed for incapability if their contract provides long-term disability benefits?

Incapability dismissal may be unfair and discriminatory if employee is contractually entitled to income when incapacitated by permanent disability.