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My last post linked to an article with five of the most common, and problematic, labor and employment law issues in bankruptcy. You can read last week’s article here. In a post on my firm’s blog, Michael Rubenstein, Randye Snyder, and I cover five additional labor and employment law concerns that companies must know and assess when they are undergoing bankruptcy.

The covered topics include back wages, group health plans and COBRA, pension liability, trade secrets, and collective bargaining agreements. Filing for bankruptcy is a major deal and involves many different levels of consideration and thoughtfulness from considering the legal ramifications to considering the emotional wellbeing of the employees affected.  You don’t want to miss this article.

You can read about these five additional labor and employment law issues in bankruptcy here on The Energy Law Blog.

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