Office Warming Party on 30 June 2022

We were very happy to celebrate our office warming party at Liebigstraße 50 with more than 40 wonderful guests. It was a great party!

„Most recommended employment law firms and lawyers” 2022

According to the business magazine Wirtschaftswoche (issue 20 of 2022), Hangarter | Legal is also in 2022 one of the most renowned employment law firms and Daniela Hangarter one of the most renowned lawyers for employment law in Germany. The Handelsblatt Research Institute asked more than 5,200 lawyers from 288 law firms about their most…
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“The Future of Employee Mobility” on 19 Mai 2022

On 19 May 2022 I will discuss the future of employee mobility with colleagues from the USA, Latvia and Belgium. The panel is part of the scientific program at the AIJA Half Year Conference in Gothenburg.

Recommended by Leaders League 2022

Hangarter | Legal is recommended by Leaders League in the 2022 ranking of the best firms for labour and employment law in Germany. You can find more information here.

International Women’s Day 2022

Inspiration from women in law across the globe, collated by Leaders League, can be found here.

Cross-Border Employment Law Program 2022 of Practicing Law Institute, New York

On 2 June 2022 I will chair a panel on „Working With Trade Unions and Works Councils in Multinational Corporations“ at the Practicing Law Institute’s Cross-Border Employment Law Program. More information here.

„Lawyer of the Year“ 2021

Daniela Hangarter was recognized as „Lawyer of the Year“ 2021 for Employment Law by Handelsblatt in cooperation with Best Lawyers.

Article in Business Punk

Why are managing directors not team members? My FAQ article for Business Punk about the employment law status of managing directors can be found here.

Interview on warning letters

The online magazine Businesstalk am Kudamm invited me to give an interview about warning letters.
The article (in German only) can be found here.

Article on #stayonboard

Dr. Jesssica Jacobi and I are co-initiators of #stayonboard, an initiative for the introduction of an option allowing board members to suspend their mandate due to maternity/parental leave/illness/care responsibilities.