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By Ruben A. Hofmann
In its decision of 8 August 2019 (Ref.: 29 W 940/19), the Munich Higher Regional Court commented for the first time on the German Act on the Protection of Business Secrets (GeschGehG).
By Arietta Von Stechow
There is no general prohibition of deterioration that applies to retirement benefits in the case of one or several transfers of businesses pursuant to Section 613a German Civil Code.
By Bernd Weller
A company granted the works council access to its electronic employee salary file – the payroll showing gross salaries, while stripping employees' names from the list, thus in anonymized
By Sascha Schewiola, Daniel Grünewald
In its July 24, 2019 judgment (Case: 5 Sa 676/19), Hamm State Labor Court issued a ruling as to whether employers are obligated to also notify employees...
By Dirk W. Kolvenbach, Bernd Weller, Regina Glaser, Johan-Michel Menke
The labour and employment sector has once again seen many changes – both in terms of the initiatives of the legislator as well as changes in the way the sector works.
By Torsten Groß
After Brexit has already been postponed several times, the next deadline will now expire on October 31, 2019. With the new Prime Minister at the helm, it is becoming more likely every day ...
By Monique Sandidge
Half days of leave granted by the employer may be claimed again by the employee due to inadmissible fulfillment of the vacation entitlement.
By Maren Rinkens
Half days of leave granted by the employer may be claimed again by the employee due to inadmissible fulfillment of the vacation entitlement.
By Bernd Weller, Johan-Michel Menke
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By André-M. Szesny
The German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV) has submitted its long-awaited proposal for a Corporate Sanctions Act (VerSanG). When corporate crimes
By Torsten Groß
The German Federal Labor Court (BAG) ruled by judgment of January 31, 2019 (ref. no. 2 AZR 426/18) that, under certain circumstances, the employer may lawfully review data on an employee's
By Torsten Groß
In its decision of 9 April 2019 (ref. no.: 1 ABR 51/17), the German Federal Labor Court (BAG) took position on the right of the works council to request information from the employer according to
By Kerstin Deiters, LL.M., EMBA
The prohibition of discrimination against fixed-term employees has already been the subject of a large number of decisions by both the ECJ and the BAG [German Federal Labor Court
By Daniel Grünewald
The plaintiff is a union secretary at the ver.di trade union.
By Timo Daniel Trefzger
The appeal before the LAG Schleswig-Holstein was equally unsuccessful.