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back to article Former staffers of titsup Brit IT giant 2e2 haul administrator to court over pay

A group of former 2e2 staff are set to discover next week at an employment tribunal how successful they've been in efforts to recover monies they claim are owed to them by administrator FTI Consulting. The 200-strong bunch will have their case heard in Reading on 17 September under the representation of Jenny Andrews at Andrews …

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and FTI Consulting

Will end up with the Lions share of the money...

(other insolvency practitioners are available and behave in exactly the same way)

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Would you undertake thousands of pounds worth or work with no guarentee you'd get paid?

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That seems exactly what FTI Consulting expect the former 2e2 employees to do. Perhaps insolvency firms should be paid as creditors also.

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> Would you undertake thousands of pounds worth or work

Maybe if payment was not "guaranteed first snout in the trough" then the administration could be achieved for many fewer thousands of pounds 'worth' of work...

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