The Impact of Social Policy on Cross Border Insolvency

INSOL Europe 's Journal Eurofenix Issue 57 Autumn 2014 p. 32; https://www.insol-europe.org/publications/eurofenix-past-issues

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Jennifer L. Gant

University of Derby - School of Law and Criminology

Date Written: February 2, 2014

Abstract

Cross-border insolvency can often be impeded by the lack of legal coordination between jurisdictions, both in terms of differences in insolvency systems and in other more fundamental differences in legal approach to regulation generally. The European Insolvency Regulation (“EIR”) is one attempt to increase cross-border coordination in an area that is important to business related market activities. While the EIR aims to coordinate insolvency proceedings within the EU, gaps remain between Member state insolvency procedures as well as in other regulations linked to insolvency. The content and even the fundamental aims of regulation differ throughout the EU, exemplified through a comparison between the UK and France below. One legal area that can be a particular obstacle to effective cross-border business coordination is social policy regulation which impacts corporate rescue success.

Keywords: corporate rescue, social policy, cross-border insolvency, comparative law, employment law, legal coordination, harmonization

JEL Classification: G3, J8

Suggested Citation

Gant, Jennifer, The Impact of Social Policy on Cross Border Insolvency (February 2, 2014). INSOL Europe 's Journal Eurofenix Issue 57 Autumn 2014 p. 32; https://www.insol-europe.org/publications/eurofenix-past-issues, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3842873

Jennifer Gant (Contact Author)

University of Derby - School of Law and Criminology ( email )

Kedleston Road
Derby, Derbyshire DE22 1GB
United Kingdom

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