Macleod v Mears Ltd

Employment – Remuneration. The claimant, M, was employed with the defendant, Mears, following a transfer to the defendant under the Transfer of Employment (Protection of Undertakings) Regulations 2006 (TUPE). The issue of remuneration was dealt with at meetings with the then Managing Director of Mears. A dispute arose over the terms of agreement. M claimed over £2m against Mears, which he contended was due to him under a profit sharing bonus agreement. Mears disputed the claim. The Queen's Bench made various findings on the issue of liability and the parties would need to consider the implications of the findings for the claims made and address the court further.

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