Annabelle Marceau has been a lawyer at Oppenhoff since 2018. She studied law at the University of Trier. During her legal training Ms. Marceau worked inter alia at Beiten Burkhardt in Brussels. From 2017 to 2018 she was in-house counsel in the personnel department of a subsidiary of Deutsche Post AG.
Annabelle Marceau works in the field of employment law. She advises and represents national and international enterprises on all areas of individually and collectively bargained employment law, in particular the drafting, execution and termination of employment contracts and service agreements as well as co-determination in businesses and enterprises. She additionally handles the employment law aspects of corporate reorganisations and M&A transactions. Annabelle Marceau also represents employers in courts.
Articles and Essays
Den Bruch verhindert, doch die Trennung gestartet [Although the rupture’s been prevented, the separation has started]
Legal Tribune Online dated 13 January 2021 (in collaboration with Dr. Alexander Willemsen and Dr. Wolfgang Kotzur)
Einführung einer Impfpflicht von Beschäftigten durch Arbeitgeber? [Introduction of a compulsory vaccination of employees by the employer?]
Gastgewerbe-Magazin dated 04 January 2021
Zur Auslegung des Begriffs „Überschussanteile“ i.S.d. § 16 Abs. 3 Nr. 2 BetrAVG [Interpretation of the term “profit shares” within the meaning of Sec. 16 (3) No. 2 German Company Pensions Act]
DER BETRIEB dated 12 October 2020, p. 2192 (in collaboration with Jörn Kuhn)
Mitbestimmung bei Nutzung fremder IT [Co-determination when using third-party IT]
NJW-aktuell 2019, Issue 17, p. 17 (in collaboration with Jörn Kuhn)