Employment Law

Employment law represents a major part of our everyday business practice. Employment-law advice begins when the lawyer drafts contracts of employment for managing directors, executive staff members, office and technical employees, part-time staff or persons working from home, casual workers and part-time student workers. Many foreign companies want to establish bonus systems as performance incentives that we help to structure.

When employees are delegated to foreign branches or joint ventures, it is necessary to draft deploymenet agreements that address all specific salary issues and problems of cross-border tax and insurance law.

Employment contracts do not necessarily end by notice of termination but by means of comprehensive agreements that are frequently concluded with the aid of the courts.

We advise and represent employers and employees in all employment-law matters and also in the labour courts.