Posted: Wednesday 27 June 2012
Claims that the Rangers players had only 24 hours to appeal over the transfer of their contracts to the Rangers Newco has been disputed by a top Employment lawyer.
Morton Fraser’s Head of Employment Law, Innes Clark, recently spoke on Clyde Radio backing the departing players. Saying that he has never heard of the 24 hour rule quoted by Charles Green, Innes continued ‘if players can prove that they would lose out financially from a significant change in their working conditions then this may well allow them to object to the transfer of their contracts under TUPE, even after the TUPE transfer has taken place.’
To listen to Innes on Radio Clyde please click here.