Practice Group Labor Law
Teichmann International (Schweiz) AG looks back on a long tradition in the field of labor law and is the first reference point in this area for many employers and employees. In particular, our owner, attorney-at-law Dr. Dr. Fabian Teichmann, LL.M. earned his doctorate at the Institute of Human Resources at the University of Kassel and has extensive expertise in the field of economics. The same applies to the majority of our lawyers, who have enjoyed an interdisciplinary education in the fields of law and economics.
Accordingly, we always take an interdisciplinary approach to labor law cases. This approach enables us to fully grasp the situation, which is not limited to legal aspects, but also always considers economic aspects.
The expertise of our lawyers covers, among other things, public personnel law, collective labor law, individual labor law, employment protection law, participation law, immigration law, employee participation, civil procedure law, criminal law, social security law, occupational benefits, tax law, data protection law, debt enforcement and bankruptcy law and more.
We are happy to advise you on employment contracts, remuneration, personnel regulations, collective bargaining agreement negotiations, employee participation and more. Our special attention in the area of employment law is devoted to incentive schemes and whistleblowing issues. We advise and represent both employers and employees on related issues and problems and assist them in drafting an appropriate in-house compliance protocol.
We enforce employment law claims in connection with bonuses, non-competition clauses, terminations or intellectual property aspects for you before all Swiss courts as well as national and international arbitration tribunals. We are also happy to assist you in developing corporate governance and human resources due diligence. In doing so, we always adapt the advice to your individual requirements and circumstances and use our profound expertise to always provide you with the best possible and high quality solutions.
The legally compliant implementation of corporate transactions also often requires the advice of an experienced employment law lawyer, especially in the case of transactions in the context of global mobility planning initiatives, i.e. cross-border employee leasing, which plays a significant role in Switzerland.