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Going Down the Tubes: Employment Issues Arising in Administration and Liquidation

Going Down the Tubes: Employment Issues Arising in Administration and Liquidation

04 Oct 2018, 17:30 - 19:30

Hardwicke, Hardwicke Building, New Square, Lincoln's Inn,London , WC2A 3SB

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The seminar is aimed both at those who practise in insolvency law and those who practise in employment law. It will consider some of the main issues which arise when a business ceases to trade including:

  • The rights of and liabilities to the workforce of an insolvent employer:
    • The employment status of the workforce and what differences this might make.
    • The different types of insolvency (administration, voluntary/compulsory liquidation) and the obligations of the employer/the IP towards employees.
  • Consultation under TULRCA and TUPE 2006 in the context of insolvent employers:
    • Who needs to consult? With whom and when? What does “consultation” mean in this context?
    • What are the liabilities associated with inadequate consultation at the various stages and on whom do they fall?
  • General Q&A and panel discussion.

Registration: 17:30

Presentations: 18:00

Drinks and Canapés: 19:30

 

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