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Together we solve your challenges in employment law

We offer you modern advice on employment law in Munich as it should be in 2024:

  • You are not really looking for a lawyer, but for a problem solver.
  • You don't want a lawyer who delivers lengthy memos describing your problems, but a consultant who outlines concrete and pragmatic solutions, preferably in bullet-form/red-flag-only.
  • You expect legal handcraft, not a legal industry.
  • You want your lawyer to handle your case personally and not delegate it to his/her team, which would result in a loss of knowledge and additional costs.
  • You want a lawyer who is technically up to date like you. Video conferences with "shared monitors", short-term immediate availability by mobile phone (no receptionist), fast e-mails, if necessary also "after hours and on weekends" are a matter of course for us.

Be our client in employment law:

We mainly advise medium-sized companies on employment law in Munich. However, managing directors and executives also rely on our advice in employment law.
Prof. Dr. Rieble is also an expert in employment law for listed companies, the public sector and trade unions.

Our added value for you:

  • We combine science and practice in employment law - always to your benefit.
    In most cases, you are looking for fast, pragmatic and economic results.
  • However, we can also go into legal depth if this becomes necessary in individual cases.
  • We take the necessary time.
  • We are firmly rooted in Munich, but of course we provide advice on employment law throughout Germany.
  • Virtual and mobile.

Your experts for employment law in Munich are Dr. Julia Pfrogner, Prof. Dr. Volker Rieble and Dr. Stephan Vielmeier:

Dr. Julia Pfrogner and Dr. Stephan Vielmeier are both specialist lawyers for employment and labour law; both also received their doctorate in employment and labour law at the LMU Munich. They have gained extensive professional experience in a major international law firm.

Prof. Dr. Volker Rieble is university professor for collective labour law at the LMU Munich. He also has extensive practical experience, including as a strike arbitrator.


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