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Eva-Maria Staneff, Counsel

Eva-Maria Staneff


Rechtsanwältin, Fachanwältin für Arbeitsrecht


German, English

Practice areas

  • Automotive
  • Employment law
  • Employment litigation and dispute resolution
  • Health and life sciences
  • HR Consultancy
  • Industrials
  • Labor law and trade union issues
  • Restructuring and redundancy

Practice notes

Eva-Maria is a Counsel in the Employment and Labour Law practice group in our Munich office.

Her area of advice covers all aspects of employment and labour law. In particular, she specialises in advising with respect to works constitution disputes and providing legal support to companies during collective bargaining negotiations. Over the years, Eva-Maria has developed outstanding expertise with respect to the law on industrial action and conducting conciliation committees. In addition, she has profound know-how with respect to the consequences for working time when companies are no longer subject to collective bargaining agreements.

Eva-Maria has inter alia published an article on the German Minimum Wage Act as well as on the topic of works council activities and working time.

Eva-Maria studied law at the University of Regensburg and was admitted to the bar in 2010. From 2011 until 2014 she worked for the Free State of Bavaria before resuming her activities in the legal profession in 2014. Before joining Eversheds Sutherland in July 2018, she worked for international law firm - also with a focus on employment and labour law.

Eva-Maria's recent experience includes:

  • advising an international automotive company on the implementation of agile working
  • providing legal support to several companies from the health-care sector with respect to the prevention of labour disputes
  • providing legal support to a company from the metal and electrical industry with respect to restructuring measures
  • advising several companies of a group from the health-care sector with respect to the structuring of on-call times under labour law when collective bargaining agreements cease to apply

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