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18 December 2020

Handling of Employees in the Transfer of a Business in Bankruptcy

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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, more companies may risk becoming insolvent and consequently may end up in bankruptcy or restructuring. Therefore, the possibility of acquiring companies in bankruptcy becomes relevant, actualizing the problems regarding how to handle the employees in connection with an acquisition.

This has been subject to comprehensive theoretical discussions, and the purpose of this article is to summarize some of the topics related to the handling of employees in the transfer of a business in bankruptcy.

Thomas Weitemeyer

Managing Partner

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Poul Guo (Quach)/郭保罗

Senior Associate

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