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Lena Hommerich, Counsel

Lena Hommerich


Rechtsanwältin, Fachanwältin für Arbeitsrecht


English, German

Practice areas

  • Consumer
  • Employment law
  • Employment litigation and dispute resolution
  • Executive employment issues
  • HR Consultancy
  • Labor law and trade union issues
  • Restructuring and redundancy

Practice notes

Lena Hommerich is a Counsel in the Labour and Employment Law practice group at Eversheds Sutherland in Hamburg.

She supports national and international companies in all labour and employment law matters. Her area of expertise includes the representation of client interests in all labour and employment law matters in and out of court.

Lena advises her clients inter alia on restructuring and reorganisation measures and cross-border assignments of staff.

Lena studied law at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and at the University of Lausanne with a focus on labour and employment law as well as international private law. During her legal traineeship with Frankfurt Higher Regional Court, she worked for major international law firms in Frankfurt and Hamburg in the area of labour and employment law. She was admitted as a lawyer in Germany in 2015.

Before joining Eversheds Sutherland, she worked as a lawyer for EY in Hamburg.

Lena's recent experience includes:

  • Many years of support for a globally operating brewery group with respect to various reorganisation measures and the associated labour and employment law questions as well as disputes in court or within the framework of negotiations at conciliation committees
  • Cross-border advice to a leading manufacturer of precision technology with respect to international staff assignments
  • Support for a local utility company in the context of restructurings and the associated transfers of business
  • Ongoing advice for a leading international financial services provider in labour and employment law matters such as the wording of employment/service contracts for employees and managing directors
  • Advice for an internationally operating wind energy group with respect to the assignment of staff to foreign production companies by way of employee leasing

German profile