Labour law

Legal problems in connection with employment relationships often become emotionally charged. At the same time, they can have serious consequences for both parties, even apart from the usually high cost implications. Such disputes are often caused by imprecise wording in labour law documents (including company and staff regulations), a lack of detailed knowledge of labour law issues or an ill-considered approach in the run-up to possible court proceedings. They could therefore be avoided …

Our law firm has many years of experience in advising and representing employers and employees in all areas of private and collective labour law. This includes in particular:

  • extrajudicial and judicial representation in labour disputes in all labour law matters
  • Drafting and dispute prevention of all types of employment documents (employment contracts, general terms and conditions of employment, personnel and bonus regulations, etc.)
  • Drafting and enforcement of non-competition clauses
  • Enforcement and possible defence of wage and bonus claims
  • Issues relating to the termination of employment relationships (dismissals, leaves of absence, drafting and reviewing termination agreements, references, holiday, overtime and bonus payments, etc.)
  • Discrimination in the workplace (bullying, sexual harassment, etc.)
  • Internal investigations