Hans-Peter heads the German and the global Employment & Benefits practice and has been working as a legal adviser exclusively in the field of employment law for more than 15 years. He has extensive experience in all areas of employment law. He focuses in particular on employment law issues relating to restructurings, mergers, outsourcing projects and codetermination in companies. His activities include the strategic planning of structural measures and development of personnel solutions, including the drafting of possible structures together with the management team, and assisting in their implementation. He has supported our clients in negotiating and successfully concluding numerous reconciliations of interests and social plans with employee representatives, for instance. The finance and service industries represent his main areas of business. Our clients appreciate his negotiation strategy, with its focus on conflict resolution.
Hans-Peter has been listed as one of the “leading senior partners for employment law” in the JUVE Handbook “German Commercial Law Firms” since 2006; he is also named as one of the recommended lawyers for employment law advice in Germany in the Chambers international legal directory.
Hans-Peter regularly speaks and publishes on his specialist subjects, most recently on anti-discrimination, mergers and integration, and issues relating to business transfers. He is a permanent member of the editorial team for employment law of the industry journal “Betriebs-Berater”.
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- Financial sector regulation
- Health and safety
- Policies and procedures
- Termination of employment
- Trade unions
- Transfer of undertakings
- Working time
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