Labour law regulates relations which are entered into from different power positions, on the one side, employees, and on the other side, employers. Those relations (in which one and the other follow their own economic interests which, to a certain extent, are always contradictory to each other), from the beginning to the end, carry a seed of conflict in themselves, and often, on both sides, a feeling that the other party is in a better position – the employer is stronger from the economic point of view and the employee is better protected by the law. It is our job to help you ensure your rights and interests through our professional approach, our deep knowledge and a fair measure of empathy, or even to help you recognise your common ground with the help of mediation.
- preparation of work-related contracts, regulations and systematisation of job positions
- representing employees and employers in labour cases
For us, being lawyers is a profession where it is just not enough to be professional, precise and up-to-date. For us, being lawyers is a calling. On top of our basic competences we add a good measure of personal courage, independence and honour and thus try to contribute our share to a more legal and just society.