Katrin Scheicht is an employment lawyer based in our Munich office, where she provides advice on employment and labour law issues to national and international clients.
Her wealth of experience not only comprises issues related to individual employment law, but also collective employment law such as reorganisations and restructurings including works council’s negotiations. Furthermore, she advises on employment aspects of national and international cross-border transactions, mergers and acquisitions, as well as on transfer of business.
Because of her broad experience, clients also highly appreciate her permanent advice as to all employment law related matters in day-to-day business, such as assistance and representation within negotiations with works councils, arbitrations matters and court proceedings.
The legal directory Chambers Europe 2015 recognises Katrin for her work and states: “Clients laud the ‘very responsive’ Katrin Scheicht for her ‘strong technical knowledge and effective communication skills.’”
Katrin regularly publishes articles on employment law and summaries on new labour court decisions in the Arbeitsrechtsberater, a German legal journal on employment law. Furthermore, she is a highly regarded speaker undertaking regular engagements at internal and external client seminars on employment and labour law issues. Having been a qualified lawyer since 2004, she became a certified specialist for employment law (Fachanwältin für Arbeitsrecht) in 2009. Before joining us in 2007, she had worked as a lawyer in Düsseldorf. Katrin is a German native speaker and fluent in English.
Human Resources professionals and employment lawyers are increasingly having to get to grips with employment law issues in a number of jurisdictions..
SeminarJune 25, 2015 | Munich, Germany
Aktuelle Entwicklungen im Arbeitsrecht.
16. April 2015 in Hamburg | 21. April 2015 in Frankfurt | 23. April 2015 in München
Neue Gesetzgebung im Arbeitsrecht hält uns seit Beginn des Jahres alle in Atem..
March 04, 2015
The millions of dollars awarded to former UBS employee Bradley Birkenfeld, the $30 million reward given in 2014 to an anonymous whistleblower, the media coverage abo.
February 11, 2015
Katrin Scheicht is quoted in an article about the upcoming decision by the German federal labor court on whether and under which circumstances employers are allowed .
February 15, 2015
Katrin Scheicht is quoted in an article about employment law implications surrounding social business networks..
February 12, 2015