Thomas Angermair

Thomas Angermair

Partner

Expertise

  • Corporate Law
  • Employment Law
  • Intellectual Property

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

WSG Leadership

Employment and Labor Group
Member
WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group
Member

DORDA
Austria

Profile
Thomas Angermair has been a partner and head of the employment law team at DORDA since 1993. He is an expert in Austrian and European labour law, corporate law, foundation law, IP and the fields of art and culture.

Thomas Angermair advises employers from all sectors (including banks, international organisations and cultural institutions) and executives on all aspects of labour law and on specific transactions such as corporate restructuring and reorganisations.

His employment law practice focuses on service, management and executive contracts, works agreements, stock options, incentive plans, employee benefits, termination agreements, severance payments and tax aspects of employment relationships. He also has many years of experience in labor court and arbitration proceedings. His expertise in corporate mergers and restructurings includes due diligence on labor liability issues and outsourcing of services, as well as strategic advice on plant closures and mass redundancies. Thomas Angermair is a member of the supervisory boards and board member of several private foundations.

Bar Admissions

Admitted to the bar in 1992

Education

University of Vienna, Mag iur (1986)
Areas of Practice

Corporate Law | Employment Law | Intellectual Property

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association
  • Union Internationale des Avocats

- "Very responsive, quick and very precise." (Chambers Euorpe, 2018)
- "He can solve problems very efficiently and reacts very quickly." (Chambers Europe, 2019)

Articles

Austrian Short-Time Working Model "Corona Immediate Assistance-Short Time Flex"
DORDA, March 2020

Short-time work is generally understood to be the temporary, foreseeable reduction in normal working hours (by at least 10% to a maximum of 90%). A special feature of Corona Immediate Assistance Short-Time Flex is that working hours can even be reduced to zero. Short-time work requires a social partner agreement and contact with the Austrian Labour Market Service (Arbeitsmarktservice – AMS)...