Martin Lüderitz focuses his practice on Labor and Employment Law in Germany.
He advises national and international companies on all aspects of individual and collective labor law, including in the critical and complex area of German works councils consisting of reconciliation of interests and social plans, and tariff agreements.
His main practice comprises advising employers in the drafting of employment contracts, including post contractual non-competition clauses, restructurings, transfer of undertakings and mass redundancies; in matters of enforced redundancy and dismissals due to operational reasons, conduct or illness; and in the context of pre and post transactional labor and employment issues arising out of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and restructurings. He is also experienced in advising on pension schemes, incentive plans and Employee Stock Options (ESO).
Mr. Lüderitz is specialized attorney for Labor Law and represents employers before labor courts and before civil courts.
He represents clients in various industries such as the hospital and health care sectors.