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Nina Marcus primarily advises on German employment and corporate law in all aspect of collective and individual labor law. This includes any queries concerning employment relationships and the termination thereof as well as supporting clients in all collective labor law aspects of restructuring the organization or reorganizing business units.

During her studies at the universities of Freiburg and Bochum, Ms. Marcus already had a focus in labor law. She gained her initial practical experience during the clerkship in specialized law firms in Berlin and Sydney, Australia.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Marcus worked in the law firm of a leading international auditing company, advising on labor and employment issues. She has several years of experience in advising on company reorganizations as well as individual labor law disputes and litigation.

Ms. Marcus is fluent in German, English and French.

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Bad Cards for CEOs of Limited Liability Companies – No Common Protection Against Dismissal
Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel
The protection of trade secrets following the EU directive (EU) 2016/943: New requirements and challenges for the protection of know-how and its implications for confidentiality agreements and non-disclosure clauses under labor law
Arnold & Porter, Frankfurt
Maintaining the line of jurisdiction
Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel
Breakfast Seminar on Employment 4.0 Challenges and Limits to the Digitized Working World
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer, Frankfurt
Be Careful What You "Xing" for
Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel
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Credentials

Education
  • Second German State Exam, Berlin, 2010
  • First German State Exam, North Rhine-Westphalia, 2007
  • Universities of Freiburg and Bochum, 2007
Admissions
  • German Attorney, authorized to represent before all German Courts (except for the Federal Court of Justice in civil matters) and before the courts of the European Union.
Activities
  • Member, Employment Lawyers' Association in Germany
Languages
  • English
  • French
  • German
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