Michael is a specialist lawyer for labour law and advises medium-sized companies as well as large international companies on all issues of individual and collective labour law.He has a special knowledge of all aspects of the unbounded working environment. Michael not only regularly advises on the topics of mobile working, foreign assignments and the break-up of traditional working time systems, but also on all relevant questions of flexible personnel deployment (fixed-term employment, temporary employment, contracts for work and services including issues of artists' social insurance).
|Since 2021||Salary Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2015 – 2021||Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2014||Stage, Norton Rose Fulbright, Munich|
|2012 – 2014||Legal clerkship, Ratisborn|
|2015||Admitted as a lawyer, Munich|
|2014 – 2015||Doctoral degree, University of Ratisborn|
|2014||Second state examination, Ratisborn|
|2012||First state examination, Ratisborn|
|Mobiles Arbeiten oder Homeoffice im Ausland: Nach dem 20. Arbeitstag drohen Arbeitgebern teure Risiken , in: WirtschaftsWoche Online Blog von Claudia Tödtmann, 09/2021|
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