English speaking lawyers for Employment issue

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Hi All,

 

Could anyone suggest good English speaking lawyer for employment  in Munich. I know this topic is already discussed but all those post are too old and with outdated information.

 

Many thanks in Advance...

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I suspect most lawyers, of all types, in Munich speak passable English.  But still, I understand the desire for a recommendation.  Good luck.

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Hi Freeboy,

 

I don't have a direct line for you, but my experience as a lawyer in Australia means that I think you should be able to approach legal aid centres to ask if they have any recommendations for you. In addition to working as a corporate lawyer, I volunteered in legal advice centres after-hours, and we were always willing to assist people find the right legal help if we weren't able to provide it ourselves. The lawyers should be the same here...(although they may not be volunteers here...Germany is much wealthier). Either way, 1 minute of their time shouldn't hurt anyone.

 

If you come up with nothing else, it might be worth trying as a short cut:

https://www.studentenwerk-muenchen.de/en/our-advisory-network/legal-advice-service/legal-advice-in-munich/

 

Also of course, you can try to contact a German government representative through here, as source of information:

http://www.bamf.de/DE/Willkommen/ArbeitBeruf/Arbeitsrecht/arbeitsrecht-node.html

 

hope this helps and yes, good luck.

 

...would be good if you could share what you learn eventually...

 

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On Dienstag, 27. November 2018, Freeboy said:

English speaking lawyer for employment  in Munich. I know this topic is already discussed but all those post are too old and with outdated information.

 

German employment law (like almost all German law) is rarely a subject of major change with even minor changes taking far longer to enact than elephants do to procreate and being very well publicized during the process so the fact that many of the discussion posts on employment law in TT are old does not neccessarily imply that the information they contain is outdated.

 

 An easy way to find an English speaking lawyer who is a qualified specialist in German employment law is to use the following linked extended search (erweiterte Suche) tool whilst referring to the tips by number on the example screenshot below substituting in box 1 and box 4 the terms Arbeitsvertrag and Arbeitsrecht .

 

5c0034aede2f2_ExtendedSuche-DeutscheAnwa

Extended Search (for Lawyers in Germany) : DAV - German Lawyers Society

 

The largest specialist employment law partnership in Germany (which maintains an excellent and comprehensive archive on all changes in German employment law as well as an A -Z on the subject and its case law - Kanzlei Hensche: Online Handbook on Labour Law (in Germany & in German)) has offices in all 16 Bundesländer so you may find several of their partners and/or associate lawyers in your search results.

 

I also suggest you read carefully (irrespective of your financial situation but) apropos multiple general tips How to get legal advice or representation in court if you have limited means or a low income.

 

2B

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9 hours ago, 2B_orNot2B said:

 

German employment law (like almost all German law) is rarely a subject of major change with even minor changes taking far longer to enact than elephants do to procreate and being very well publicized during the process so the fact that many of the discussion posts on employment law in TT are old does not neccessarily imply that the information they contain is outdated.

 

 An easy way to find an English speaking lawyer who is a qualified specialist in German employment law is to use the following linked extended search (erweiterte Suche) tool whilst referring to the tips by number on the example screenshot below substituting in box 1 and box 4 the terms Arbeitsvertrag and Arbeitsrecht .

 

5c0034aede2f2_ExtendedSuche-DeutscheAnwa

Extended Search (for Lawyers in Germany) : DAV - German Lawyers Society

 

The largest specialist employment law partnership in Germany (which maintains an excellent and comprehensive archive on all changes in German employment law as well as an A -Z on the subject and its case law - Kanzlei Hensche: Online Handbook on Labour Law (in Germany & in German)) has offices in all 16 Bundesländer so you may find several of their partners and/or associate lawyers in your search results.

 

I also suggest you read carefully (irrespective of your financial situation but) apropos multiple general tips How to get legal advice or representation in court if you have limited means or a low income.

 

2B

nice one! :rolleyes:

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14 hours ago, 2B_orNot2B said:

 

German employment law (like almost all German law) is rarely a subject of major change with even minor changes taking far longer to enact than elephants do to procreate and being very well publicized during the process so the fact that many of the discussion posts on employment law in TT are old does not neccessarily imply that the information they contain is outdated.

 

 An easy way to find an English speaking lawyer who is a qualified specialist in German employment law is to use the following linked extended search (erweiterte Suche) tool whilst referring to the tips by number on the example screenshot below substituting in box 1 and box 4 the terms Arbeitsvertrag and Arbeitsrecht .

 

5c0034aede2f2_ExtendedSuche-DeutscheAnwa

Extended Search (for Lawyers in Germany) : DAV - German Lawyers Society

 

The largest specialist employment law partnership in Germany (which maintains an excellent and comprehensive archive on all changes in German employment law as well as an A -Z on the subject and its case law - Kanzlei Hensche: Online Handbook on Labour Law (in Germany & in German)) has offices in all 16 Bundesländer so you may find several of their partners and/or associate lawyers in your search results.

 

I also suggest you read carefully (irrespective of your financial situation but) apropos multiple general tips How to get legal advice or representation in court if you have limited means or a low income.

 

2B

Many thanks for this info...

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