German Employment Lawyer


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The certified specialists in employment law at Schlun & Elseven lawyers advise employees and employers on their rights and responsibilities in German law. From our offices in Aachen, Düsseldorf and Cologne as well as our conference rooms throughout Germany we advise clients from all industries. Contact us today with your legal concerns.

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German Employment Legal Service for Companies & Private Individuals

As a managing director, employer or manager it is vital that you receive the best employment law advice. Such legal assistance is crucial in drafting employment contracts, in the creation of anti-discrimination policies, in designing employment termination agreements and in understanding your own rights and obligations. Regardless of which industry you are in, not having legal counsel of the highest order in your corner puts you at a disadvantage. Unsuccessful employment cases can be damaging financially and reputationally. Having the right policies, procedures and legal support in place will prevent such cases from arising. Having legally compliant and fair procedures in place is also likely to increase your employees’ motivation in the workplace.

As an employee involved in a legal dispute with your employer it is in your interest to rebalance the dispute. Your employer is likely to be in the stronger position upon taking the case. However, having a certified specialist in employment law on your side is the surest manner of achieving this. At Schlun & Elseven Lawyers, both Dr. Thomas Bichat and Jens Schmidt are certified German Employment Lawyers. Find out about the areas we advise in on this page. Contact us today if you have an employment law matter which requires professional legal counsel. Our contact details are located at the end of this page.

Advising Managing Directors & Employers
Termination of Employment
Unfair Dismissal
Employee Rights in the Workplace
Organisational Concerns for Businesses