Navigating an Insolvency Situation

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 3 June 2019
Aifric O'Dea
A&L Goodbody
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In a nutshell, an "insolvency situation" arises where a company's liabilities exceed its assets – a company is unable to pay its debts when they fall due. An insolvency situation triggers a significant number of legal considerations and in this month's First Tuesday Q&A, Aifric O'Dea, Associate in A&L Goodbody, answers key questions and highlights legal issues for employers when navigating an insolvency situation.

  1. What impact does an employer's insolvency have on the employment relationship?  
  2. What happens to employees in a receivership scenario? 
  3. What happens to employees in an examinership scenario?
  4. What happens to employees in a

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Aifric O'Dea
A&L Goodbody

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