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Data Protection Penalties based on new Arbeitsgericht Duesseldorf and Landgericht Munich Ruling in Employment Disputes

Recent data protection related rulings by the regional courts of Düsseldorf and Munich have strong implications for employers and their duty of care to employee information. Today, we take a look at these implications and the possible financial ramifications they face as a result of employee claims for misuse of their data.

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Termination of Employment Dispute: Interim Injunction Obtained

ZELLER & SEYFERT successfully obtained an interim injunction on behalf of our client (Plaintiff) against a large corporation, a worldwide market leader in the pharma industry (Defendant) regarding a disputed termination of employment.

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Termination of Employment in Germany - What you need to know

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.

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Introducing ZeuS

We would like to introduce you to the newest member of the ZELLER & SEYFERT team. Please welcome ZeuS: 

 

 

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"Schatten an der Wand" star Julia Neigel wins defamation case against competitor

"Schatten an der Wand" - Julia Neigel wins a lawsuit against musical competitor for damage to reputation (Case No. 2-03 O 127/19) 

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Non-Compete Clauses - What are your options?

Non-compete clauses are a fairly common occurence in termination agreements, especially in certain sectors and industries. But what are the rules regarding their application and are they enforcable? 

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Coronavirus - Kurzarbeitergeld - Variable Hours

In this article in our series on Kurzarbeitergeld in the times of Coronavirus, we take a look at how Kurzarbeitergeld is calculated for those who work variable hours. Read on.

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by Atty. Dr. Christian Seyfert, LL.M. (USA)

Short Introduction: In which situations may one not assert or disseminate factual claims about others to third parties?

This legal article addresses the question of the conditions under which factual claims about others may not be asserted or disseminated. 

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by RA Dr. Christian Seyfert, LL.M. (San Francisco, GGU)

Regional Court Frankfurt am Main: Postmortem personality right of a Holocaust survivor prevails over publications by a British history professor (Case 2-03 O 306/19)

In this fundamental case, which we fought for the daughter of a Holocaust survivor at the Regional Court in Frankfurt am Main, the Regional Court in Frankfurt am Main further strengthened the post-mortem personality rights and the post-mortem rights in one's own image of a deceased person.

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