The working world is becoming ever more complex, digital and mobile: We accompany you in this process of change, both in your day-to-day business and in your important projects. This applies to negotiations with works councils and trade unions, arbitration or conciliation bodies, in disputes before labour or civil courts, and in negotiations with members of executive bodies. We give you the employment law advice you need - at any time, customised, on point and reliable. Our goal is the successful implementation of your wishes and an appreciative and personal cooperation with you.
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Whether it’s Work 4.0 and digital transformation, compliance structures, external staff deployment, employee data protection, a transfer of business, restructuring processes or company pension schemes - our specialists develop tailor-made and pragmatic solutions to your challenges. We answer your questions on current topics such as CSR, ESG and sustainable HR management, diversity and company integration and health management. You benefit from our multi-layered industry knowledge, our negotiation skills and our experience in strategic long-term consulting.
Are you planning an international project? Together with established, independent partner law firms abroad, we handle all your important matters. We also offer a wide range of Legal Tech options for efficient work processes.
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Stay up-to-date on all important changes with our quarterly publication "Focus on Labour Law”. We look forward to a regular exchange with you - at lunch lectures on employment law, web seminars or at our annual Employment Law Day. Please also feel free to ask us about our employment law training courses.
WirtschaftsWoche, 2023TOP law firm for employment law.
JUVE Handbook Commercial Law Firms, 2021/2022Vastly experienced employment law team.
JUVE Handbook Commercial Law Firms, 2021/2022The practice is very service-oriented, above all solution-oriented, with excellent legal expertise and strategic foresight.
Client in Legal 500 Germany, 2021 (Employment Law)Very connected team, not only comprising employment lawyers, but also supported in related areas of law in an exemplary manner by other colleagues from other teams.
In-house counsel survey: kanzleimonitor.de, 2020/2021For the fourth time in a row, top 10 law firm for employment law.
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Oppenhoff has once again comprehensively advised the EIC Fund on its German investments. This time, the EIC Fund invested together with Dr. Hans Riegel Holding GmbH (one of the two shareholder holding companies of the Haribo Group) and REWE in the Hamburg biotech start-up Infinite Roots. The investment was in the form of an equity investment under the "Horizon Europe Programme" as part of a second closing of the Series B financing round.
In a world filled with new challenges, Germany faces the task of remaining competitive in an in-ternational comparison. An attractive capital market is a key factor for facilitating investment in innovative developments and technological progress. Access to the capital market is therefore being simplified, particularly for start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In addition, companies will benefit from new tax regulations governing employee participation schemes in the competition for international skilled labour. Last Friday, the Bundestag passed the draft bill on the "Financing of Investments to Secure the Future" (so-called Financing for the Future Act [Zukunftsfinanzierungsgesetz, ZuFinG]). Alexandra Groth, Hanjo Prondzinski and Robert Fischer-Sonnberg explain the innovations and opportunities arising from the Financing for the Future Act:
Oppenhoff has advised portfolio companies of the Munich-based private equity firm Family Trust Investor on two buy & build acquisitions.