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Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Regina Glaser, LL.M.

Regina Glaser, LL.M.

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Expertise

  • Company Pension Schemes
  • Corporate Law
  • Data Protection Law
  • General Terms and Conditions

WSG Practice Industries

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WSG Leadership

WSG Main Group
Member
Employment and Labor Group
Member
IBA Group
Member
Women's Professional Forum Group
Member
Profile
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Bar Admissions

Admitted to the Bar since 1997

Education

University of Cologne (Legal Trainee/Referendar 1995; Assessor 1997)
Areas of Practice

Company Pension Schemes | Corporate Law | Data Protection Law | General Terms and Conditions | Labor Law | Mergers and Acquisitions | Restructuring

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Certified Specialist Lawyer in Employment and Labor Law
Co-Chair of the Discrimination and Equality Law Committee at the International Bar Association

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association
    German-American Lawyers Association (DAJV)
    German Bar Association (DAV)
Articles

Use of the Corona Waning App in Companies
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, August 2020

The Corona Warning App, commissioned by the German Federal Government, has been available for download since June 16, 2020. The availability of the app raises numerous employment-law issues...

Social Package II (Changes to Short-Time Working Benefit)
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, June 2020

In the context of the Corona crisis the German Federal Government has demonstrated that it is capable of acting quickly and pragmatically. The conditions for payment of short-time working benefit had already been adapted to the corona situation through past measures, and on May 14, 2020 the German parliament approved further changes through the Social Package II. The changes of relevance to employment law are set out briefly below...

Coronavirus: FAQ Employment Law
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, March 2020

Answers to important questions 1. WHAT INFORMATION OBLIGATIONS DOES THE EMPLOYER HAVE TO INFORM ITS WORKFORCE? As with other highly infectious diseases, employers have a duty to inform their staff about the coronavirus as part of their general duty of care and consideration (Sec. 241, 618 German Civil Code [BGB]). The extent of this duty to inform depends, among other things, on whether a member of staff is suspected of having caught the virus, whether or not this has been confirmed...

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