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Felix Römisch, Counsel

Felix Römisch

Counsel

Rechtsanwalt, Fachanwalt für Arbeitsrecht

Languages

German, English

Practice areas

  • Automotive
  • Employee share schemes
  • Employment law
  • Employment litigation and dispute resolution
  • Executive employment issues
  • HR Consultancy
  • Industrials
  • Labor law and trade union issues
  • Restructuring and redundancy
  • Services for in-house counsel

Practice notes

Felix Römisch is a Counsel at Eversheds Sutherland in Munich and member of the Employment and Labour Law practice group.

As a certified specialist for employment and labour law, he advises national and international clients in and out of court on all matters of employment and labour law.

Felix specialises in advising companies with regard to restructuring and reorganizational measures as well as providing labour law advice on matters related to works constitution law. Over the years, Felix has developed outstanding expertise with respect to the negotiation of reconciliations of interests and social plans as well as in the area of industrial action law.

Felix studied law at the University of Munich and the University of Parma (Italy). He was admitted to the bar in Germany in February 2013.

Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland, he worked for renowned law firms in Munich, most recently for Beiten Burkhardt in their Employment and Labour Law practice group.

Felix' recent experience includes:

  • Advising on the implementation of several restructuring measures with and without staff reductions in various companies including an European company as well as a global company both of the automotive sector
  • Advising several companies in the healthcare sector in the area of industrial action law and various disputes under works constitution law
  • Advising globally operating companies in long-term employment law advice
  • Rescission of the election of the employee representative on the Supervisory Board of a globally active stock corporation
  • Counsel on the separation processes with managing directors and executives

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