Important Case Review: Old Age Benefits & InsolvencyPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 10 May 2013
Mona Costelloe writes about the important CJEU ruling in the case set out below. The claimants in this case were represented by ByrneWallace.
Case: Hogan & Others v The Minister for Social and Family Affairs, Ireland and the Attorney General.
Reference: Court of Justice of the European Union Case C-398/11.
ByrneWallace acted on behalf of former Waterford Wedgewood Ltd employees in Commercial Court and Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") proceedings on Ireland's failure to adequately transpose provisions of the EU Insolvency Directive. Judgment was delivered on 25 April 2013 by the CJEU, in favour of the former Waterford Wedgewood Ltd employees.
The case concerns the
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