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28th May, 2013

Ed Morgan obtains injunction restraining industrial action after service of defective statutory notice

The Union served a notice upon the employer (a social and community care provider servicing the needs of vulnerable adults) indicating proposed official discontinuous action over the period 25- 28 May 2013 inclusive. Ed Morgan advised the notice served under section 234A of TULR(C)A 1992 was defective and the Union was invited to provide undertakings deferring action until a valid notice had been served. It declined to do so. Application was made on abridged notice for injunctive relief restraining action by the Union and requiring the Union to provide evidence confirming the publication of withdrawal and revocation notices. Swift J granted the order in the terms requested



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