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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Cross Border Transfers and Redundancies

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ISBN13: 9781845920166
ISBN: 1845920163
Published: January 2005
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Announced with isbn - 0406970653
This informative text provides a practical, narrative guide to managing and understanding the employment law aspects of business transfers between European countries. Providing a practical approach including tables and checklists, it presents complex analysis of the legal issues in an easily digestible and user-friendly way.

Also included:- A country by country approach addressing the key issues that arise Fully covers the latest reforms to TUPE and explains how these affect cross border transfers Currently the only text available offering advice on the employment law aspects of transacting transfers, mergers and acquisitions across Europe Written by employment law specialists from a leading law firm and with contributions from right across Europe, this title truly meets the need for practical advice on this growing area of employment law.""

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Employment Law
Part 1 Common European Framework.
The Acquired Rights Directive.
Collective redundancies.
Information and consultation.
Jurisdiction and governing law
Part 2 EC Directives.
Acquired Rights Directive 2001/23/EC.
Collective Redundancies Directive 98/59/EC.
European Works Coucil Directive 94/45/EC.
Information and Consultation2002/14/EC
Part 3 Case Studies.
Structure of the case studies.
Part 4, Country by Country Guide:
Austria, Dr Andreas Tinhofer
Belgium, Stanislas van Wassenhove
France, Nicolas de Sevin, Caroline Froger-Michon and Catherine Delanoe-Daoud
Germany, Dr Barbara Bittmann, Astrid Wellhoner and Dr Wolfgang Schmiedl
Hungary, Gabriella Ormai and Peter K Ban
Italy, Massimo Donna
The Netherlands, Jos Pothof, Solveigh Bijkerk-Verbruggen and Rachida el Johari
Spain, Francisco Fernandez
Switzerland, Dr Matthias Leeman and Dr Stefan Gerster
United Kingdom: Susan Mayne