Dissertation: Die Rolle der Gewerkschaften in der Unternehmensinsolvenz

Die Rolle der Gewerkschaften in der Unternehmensinsolvenz

Interdisziplinäre Betrachtungen zwischen Insolvenzrecht, Arbeitsrecht und Verfassungsrecht

Insolvenzrecht in Forschung und Praxis, volume 101

Hamburg , 314 pages

ISBN 978-3-8300-8970-4 (print)
ISBN 978-3-339-08970-0 (eBook)

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A trade union is representing both social and economic interests concerning the workforce. Insolvency of a company applies to the company itself, as well as, its customers, suppliers and especially employees.

In insolvency proceedings employees represent one group of stakeholder in addition to the other groups of stakeholders such as banks or contractors.

With regard to insolvency proceedings two main questions arise concerning the representation of employee interests through the trade union: 1. How can the trade union participate in insolvency proceedings regarding the procedural dimension? 2. What further possibilities does a trade union have to legally react properly in an insolvency situation? The author explains the participation of the trade union considering new regulations after an amendment of the insolvency code happening in 2012. As a result of these amendments (Gesetz zur weiteren Erleichterung der Sanierung von Unternehmen, ESUG) trade unions will be excluded from the participation in a very important body of insolvency proceedings – the temporary committee of creditors. The author approaches solving the problem through a constitutional interpretation of the regulations.

Furthermore, the author explains how to deal with a social compensation plan in the form of a labour contract in the insolvency situation and examines the applicability of the regulations § 123 of the German insolvency code.

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