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Successor Liability for Employee Claim

Apr 4, 2013 — by Jeff Mundy
Tags: Successor Liability

 

[T]he successor doctrine arises in the context of discrimination cases in situations where the assets of a defendant employer are transferred to another entity. Thus, the purpose of the doctrine is to ensure that an employee's statutory rights are not "vitiated by the mere fact of a sudden change in the employer's business." The doctrine allows the aggrieved employee to enforce against the successor a claim he could have secured against the predecessor.

Thus, applicability of the doctrine hinges on the need to protect a plaintiff where the offending entity is substituted by another company

 

 


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