In these challenging ad unstable times, it is more important than ever to know your rights in the workplace. Today, we take a look at the laws surrounding termination of employment contracts in Germany. Read on.
With the sporting world looking to return to action over the next weeks and months, we take a look at whether or not such a return is safe or if it could be seen as asking workers to work in an unsafe environment. Read on for details
Over the past 24 hours, the German government have made significant changes to both the benefits available to employees who have had their hours reduced and the taxation levels within the service industry.
Our next Webinar on Expats in Frankfurt – German Employment Law in 15 minutes is scheduled for Friday, October 31st, 2014, at 11am German time. Please follow this link for more details on the content and our easy registration.
A just published resolution by the German Federal Labor Court on a Pension Dispute in Germany deals with important deadlines in German appeal proceedings (Federal Labor Court, resolution dated 15.10.2013 – reference 3 AZR 640/13).
The Federal Government's draft of the planned copyright reform has been available since February 7th, 2021. The Culture Committee of the German Bundestag invited Attorney Dr. Christian Seyfert, LL.M. as an expert to a private Bundestag committee meeting to answer, along with eight other experts, the questions of the members of the Bundestag on the law reform. On February 24th, 2021, Dr. Seyfert was available to answer the questions of the members of the Bundestag for almost four hours in several rounds of questions.
Federal Minister of Justice Christine Lambrecht (SPD) invited Attorney Dr. Christian Seyfert, LL.M. and a number of well-known German artists, including Julia Neigel and Peter Maffay, to a one-hour expert discussion on the upcoming copyright reform in Germany. The one-hour discussion took place via video conference on February 22nd, 2021.