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.
Attorney Dr. Christian Seyfert looks back on 120 court cases and several dozen trademark proceedings in which he represented his clients in 2019 before German courts or before the trademark offices (DPMA and EUIPO).
Attorney Dr. Seyfert wants to give thanks to his clients. He has represented his clients 149 times in public hearings in court in the year 2015. In the year 2016 until now (March 11, 2016) he has fought in 29 public hearings for his clients in court. A successful outcome of a lawsuit would in many cases not have been possible without the great help of his clients.
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.
ZELLER & SEYFERT represent the legal interests of our client, the music and event promoter Insidethelight. Our client had organised the Bryan Ferry 'A Life in Voice' award presentations, scheduled for the 8th and 9th of June, 2014. Today, our client issued the following press release which we want to republish on our website.
It is not only in the course of discussions about "gender equality" that interest groups are calling for more wage transparency. The so-called intra-company wage gap and the different levels of compensation paid to different employees is also often not without controversy. The EU Commission has now responded to this situation with a proposal for a new directive. But what measures are planned and what do they mean for employers and employees? You can find answers to these questions here at ZELLER & SEYFERT.
A recent ruling from the Düsseldorf Regional Labor Court 6th Chamber and the Essen Labor Court has provided a precedent for some employees assigned to Kurzarbeit, or short-time (reduced) work, and their entitlement to vacation allowance due to the pandemic.