Dr. Daniel Scheerer
|Rechtsanwalt, Fachanwalt für Arbeitsrecht, Industriekaufmann|
|Téléphone:||+49 89 545 65 3851|
|Fax:||+49 89 545 65 161|
Allemand, Anglais, Français
Droit collectif et individuel du Travail, Droit de Statut de l’Entreprise, Droit de Tarif, Droit des Sociétés
Dr. Scheerer est membre de l’équipe international du Droit du Travail dans le Practice Group du Droit du Travail qui s’occupe de clients nationaux et internationaux.
Etudes et expérience professionnelle:
Daniel is a labour law partner at Heisse Kursawe Eversheds in Munich. He has many years of litigation experience in German labour courts (proceedings for court decisions or orders) and focuses particularly on international and national labour law. He is highly familiar with all individual and collective labour law issues and uses his expertise to provide conceptionally sophisticated advice to his clients. In addition to restructurings, due diligence and outsourcing projects, Daniel focuses on works constitution law, collective bargaining law, contract design, personnel leasing, secondments, immigration law and the area of "transfers of business".
Due to his additional qualification as an industrial clerk, Daniel is always in a position, in particular within the framework of projects, to adequately assess associated costs and to give input regarding the consequences related to balance sheet accounting along with the legal implications. Additionally, he is involved in project-related, corporate law activities.
Daniel’s recent experience includes:
- Comprehensive advice during the planning and implementation of changes in operations (rationalisations, outsourcing projects, closures of companies, mergers and demergers of companies).
- Conceptional and comprehensive advice to numerous German and foreign companies of all sizes in matters of individual and collective labour law.
- Permanent Germany-wide representation in and out of court of a major US corporation.
- Broad experience in conducting conciliation committee proceedings and negotiations regarding reconciliations of interests and social plans.