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Business Reorganisations and Employment Law
Business Reorganisations and Employment Law
Series:  Practitioner Series
Practice Area:  Company Law
ISBN:  9780851219318
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  30 Dec 1992
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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The construction and now dismantling of many monster corporations, has resulted in the creation of record volumes of very complex employment issues. Here is the employment lawyer's invaluable guide to all forms of business restructuring as it affects employment. Whether representing management clients or individual employees, they will find the unique focus of this book a great help as it looks at business re-organisation from both the management and employee perspectives. In four sections, the book covers:
* basic legal principles of employment law
* law surrounding situations where the terms of employment are varied
* law of dismissal and redundancy
* law surrounding the transfer or insolvency of a business
All employment law related EC directives are discussed, keeping practitioners fully informed of the European implications.

* Practitioners are kept fully abreast of the European implications as all employment law EC directives are discussed
* Covers all the possible ways in which a business can be reorganised
* Not only looks at business reorganisations but also at business transfers and insolvency and how these affect employment issues
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