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Dr. Daniel Scheerer, Partner

Dr. Daniel Scheerer


Rechtsanwalt, Fachanwalt für Arbeitsrecht, Industriekaufmann


German, English, French

Practice areas

  • Employment law
  • Employment litigation and dispute resolution
  • HR Consultancy
  • Labor law and trade union issues

Practice notes

Daniel is a labour law partner at Eversheds Sutherland in Munich.


He has many years of litigation experience before German labour courts (proceedings for court decisions or orders) and focuses both on international and national labour law. In addition to litigation, his focus inter alia lies on the conceptual implementation of restructuring and reorganisation projects. In addition to restructurings and reorganisations, he is also specialised in due diligence projects and outsourcing projects, works constitution law matters and issues in connection with collective bargaining agreements, contract drafting, employee leasing, global mobility, immigration law and transfers of business.

Due to his additional qualification as industrial clerk, Daniel is in a position, in particular within the framework of projects, to predictively assess, from an economic perspective, the respectively associated costs and to give input regarding the consequences related to balance sheet accounting along with the legal implications. In addition to these specialisations, he is furthermore involved in project-related corporate law activities.

Daniel is recommended by Best Lawyers/Handelsblatt for employment law.

Daniel's recent experience includes:


  • Comprehensive advice during the planning and implementation of changes in operations (rationalisations, reorganisations, 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
  • German-wide ongoing court and out-of-court representation of medium-sized and large corporations
  • Extensive experience in executing conciliation board proceedings and conducting negotiations regarding reconciliation of interests and social plans