Bankruptcy Labor Law Blog

to the bankruptcy law blog uniquely devoted to the interests of organized labor and multiemployer funds.

When an employer goes bankrupt, leaving workers vulnerable, unions and their affiliated funds face a host of challenging legal issues. For decades, we at Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP have been helping our union and fund clients navigate the often treacherous waters of the bankruptcy world. Indeed, we helped write some of the key laws, and litigated some of the key cases, in this area of the law.

We decided to create this blog to highlight recent developments in the field, discuss significant milestones and share some of our insights. We hope you find it useful.

This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide legal advice. The blog should not be used as a substitute for competent legal counsel by a licensed attorney. While we try to provide accurate information, we make no commitment to our readers that the information on the blog is accurate, complete or current. Nor is the blog intended to create an attorney-client relationship between Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP and any reader of the blog. Creation of an attorney-client relationship requires the express agreement of the firm.

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