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Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labor Law

Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labor Law
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  • ISBN-13: 9789041119490
  • ISBN: 9041119493
  • Publisher: Kluwer Law International

AUTHOR

Blanpain, Roger

SUMMARY

This bulletin presents a comparative analysis of the degree of worker protection available today in nine countries in the event of corporate restructuring. The countries are France, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.Each of the papers, presented by a noted industrial relations scholar from the country in question, proceeds from a summary of the national legal framework governing corporate restructuring, through the succession of employment contracts, to an analysis of such major components of the problem as justification of economic dismissals and changes in terms and conditions of employment. Specific topics covered in each analysis include the following: special legislation covering transfer of undertakings treatment of insolvent corporations economic dismissals before and after corporate restructuring transfer of workers in lieu of dismissal the role of labour unions and works councils The authors pay particular attention to the effectiveness of employee protection legislation such as the EC Transfer of Undertaking Directive (and its implementation by Member States) and Japan's Labour Contract Succession Law and, in the case of the United States, the virtual absence of such legislation.These papers were originally presented at the Sixth Tokyo Seminar (March 2002) of the Japan Institute of Labour. Their penetrating individual analysis and revealing comparative perspective is sure to help policymakers, lawyers, academics, and other specialists in industrial relations find a way forward in this important area that recognizes the best interests of both employers and employees.Blanpain, Roger is the author of 'Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labor Law' with ISBN 9789041119490 and ISBN 9041119493.

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