CBH RECHTSANWÄLTE

Comment: One specialist discipline of this respected employment practice is employee representation law for public employers, which is mainly the domain of Laber. Lucrative work for the Federal Chamber of Physicians regarding an assessment of the term in office of a former executive brought much publicity, though CBH ultimately stepped down from the conflict-riddled instruction. The team, which is chiefly active for employers, was otherwise hired for restructuring and collective employment law aspects, e.g. by new clients Immofinanz and Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions. Partner Dr. Markus Goetzmann moved to LLR Legerlotz Laschet, taking his largely independent work with him.
Strengths: Employee representation law.
Development potential: The new offices in Berlin, Munich, Hamburg and Stuttgart open up new possibilities: staffing these with employment lawyers could raise the practice’s nationwide profile.
Recommended: Ernst Eisenbeis (“quick, efficient and high-quality”, client, “clever, very collegial and respectable”, competitor), Werner Mues, Dr. Jörg Laber (“an eye for what’s important”, competitor).
Practice: Extensive practice providing advice on collective and individual employment law to a number of significant large companies and corporates as well as public sector institutions (incl. physicians’ organizations). Also employee representation law and company management. Employee invention law on the interface with ?patents. Expertise in the commercial, publishing and healthcare sectors. (5 partners, 3 associates)
Clients: ?? Federal Chamber of Physicians, incl. expert opinions and litigation against former executive and former head of HR; Cologne bank on merger, Immofinanz on restructuring German headquarters; Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions on labor-management relations law; Galeria Kaufhof in conciliation boards; Toyota Deutschland on insourcing.
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