Paul advises clients on the entire spectrum of national and international labor and employment law, focusing on restructuring, transactions and negotiations with trade unions and works councils. He also advises on benefits and service agreements with board members, managing directors and senior executives, as well as on compliance issues, operational pensions and outsourcing.
Paul counsels companies on the liability of board members and managing directors, including directors and officers liability insurance(D&O), as well as on compliance with the legal framework at all company and group levels. He has longstanding experience with separation and liability processes in and out of court.
In addition, Paul advises on data privacy law. He has significant experience with all issues of data privacy at the workplace, including the negotiation and implementation of approval processes, data privacy policies and the relevant inter-company agreements. He also advises on data privacy violations and liabilities.
Paul leads and coordinates the Firm’s pro bono work in the Munich office. He is a board member of pro bono Deutschland e.V., an organization primarily supported by law firms advocating for the establishment and promotion of pro bono work in Germany. He also teaches at the faculty of law at FernUniversität Hagen as honorary professor.
Arbeitskreis Evangelischer Unternehmer, member of the board
Kda Bavaria, member of the advisory board
German Lawyers Association, Employment Law Group
Specialist Lawyer for Labor and Employment Law, 2007
London School of Economics and Political Science, LLM, Labor Law, 2002
Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Second State Exam, 2001
University of Würzburg, Dr. jur. (PhD), 2001
Universities of Munich and Würzburg, First State Exam, 1999
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