Corporate Insolvency: Employment Rights is the only book of its kind to successfully bridge the gap between the two distinct disciplines of employment and corporate insolvency law by drawing out the legal principles applicable where the different legal regimes interact. How this book can help you in your work Providing in-depth analysis and drawing together legislation, case law, analysis and comment Corporate Insolvency: Employment Rights focuses on the application of the rules relating to corporate insolvency and how they impact on employees. It explains the detailed elements of this specialist field of law and practice, providing a useful base on which to answer questions that are likely to arise, for example: How is the position of employees affected by the appointment of an insolvency practitioner over their employing company? Who is liable and what priority is given to past or future claims? Keep up to date Coverage includes: · The changes to expenses and provable debts following the Supreme Court decision in Nortel · Changes to Tupe in 2014 · Who is a "worker": Clyde & Co v Bates van Winkelhof · Caselaw on Tupe and dismissals, including: Crystal Palace FC Ltd v Kavanagh · New employment tribunal fees and penalties · Changes to preferential debts Why you should read this book If you work as an employment practitioner or corporate insolvency practitioner, you will find the up-to-date case law and practical analysis in Corporate Insolvency: Employment Rights an essential aid to your work.
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About the Author
David Pollard is a solicitor and a consultant with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. A former Chair of the Association of Pension Lawyers (APL), he was for 25 years a partner in Freshfields specialising in pensions, employment and insolvency law. He advised companies on issues ranging from the setting up and funding of pension schemes to the impact of corporate insolvencies and transactions. He also acted for trustees, advising them generally, including on restructurings, funding, company proposals, disputes, and queries from pension scheme members. He has twice (1998 and 2015) been awarded the Wallace Medal by the APL for excellence in communicating pension issues.