Employee and Pension Claims During Company Insolvency A Comparative Study of 62 Jurisdictions

Author(s):
Dr. Janis Sarra

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When one is faced with as catchy a title as this, one may reasonably pose the question of whether this book will be a worthwhile read. The answer to that is quite simply: ABSOLUTELY. The Honourable James M. Farley, Q.C. Senior Counsel McCarthy Tétrault LLP Toronto, Ontario Retired from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice This study is the most comprehensive analysis of the treatment of social claims in insolvency to date, and will make an important contribution to a timely and important public policy debate. The text can be used to challenge the status quo, to compare and contrast one system to another in order to frame an argument of why wages and pensions should be treated differently in your country. This book is divided into parts that are designed to provide the most detailed account of world insolvency systems and how they treat wages and benefits of employees.

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Bankruptcy Law,Commercial Law,Pensions, Benefits

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2008-06-11

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30835678

Sub #:
30835678

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ISBN:
9780779817375