Labour law – this is how we advise and represent employees, employers and works councils
Modern labour law has a long history
Did you know that labour law in the broader sense has its origins in ancient times?
The so-called service contract already existed in ancient Rome. Employment relationships based on personal rights were created in Germany in the Middle Ages. And at the latest with the beginning of industrialisation, the development of labour law began, similar to as we know it today, with the so-called factory laws.
We advise and represent you in current labour law issues, whether it is related to a warning, termination or the drafting of contracts. Regardless of whether you are an employee, employer or works council member. This apparent generalisation is actually a strategic specialisation in labour law for the success of our clients.
Labour law from A to Z
Which lawyer will have the most success-promising knowledge and experience for your case in questions of labour law and be able to use them in your interests? The lawyer specialising on the employers’ side, the lawyer for employees, or the specialist for works councils?
The best lawyer in labour law for you is the one who knows your rights, obligations and opportunities as well as those of the other side. For this reason, we have made a conscious decision to represent employers and employees as well as works councils in labour law. And we have done so successfully.
Your lawyers for labour law in Schleswig Holstein
In this way, we are always up to date with the latest labour law from all perspectives, we know the respective strengths and weaknesses from different positions very precisely and prevent ourselves from becoming unilaterally operationally blind. So that we can advise you in the best possible way on all questions of labour law and successfully represent your interests in court in the event of a lawsuit.
Individual and collective labour law – elementary areas of life and companies
Questions of labour law are often existential for both employees and companies. The list of rights and obligations under labour law is long on both sides, so it is no wonder that the potential for conflict is correspondingly large, even without bad intentions. We are therefore aware of the great responsibility we bear when we advise and represent you on questions of individual and collective labour law.
Whenever possible, we aim to reach an out-of-court settlement to resolve disputes. However, that is not always possible. In such cases we will represent you according to the appropriate considerations just as competently and with commitment before the labour court.
Our services in labour law for you:
- Advice and representation before labour courts
- Creation and checking of employment contracts and references
- Advice and support in the event of bankruptcy of the employer
- Creation and review of company agreements
- Advice on closing down, selling, merging, etc.
- Training for both employers and employees in labour law and works constitution law