Altenburg is Recommended for Employment Law in Germany | JUVE 2016

Altenburg has been recognised in the 2016 English edition of JUVE for their work in the field of German Employment and Labour Law.

In their words:

With new clients like Ergo, ResMed and Swarco Traffic, some of whom are advised on an interoffice basis, this firm recommended for employment is broadening its foundations. But Altenburg is also active for long-standing clients like Popp-Feinkost and the Federal Employers’ Association of Personnel Services (BAP) with its expertise in precedent issues related to collective bargaining. With this development and its first salary partner appointment six years after its launch, the firm proved it is fit for the future. The partners boast strong networks and are called in by other firms with no employment expertise as well as insolvency administrators. “Altenburg is a success story,” praised a competitor.


Employment related to corporate rescue/insolvency and compliance.


  • Stephan Altenburg is “professional, real team player” says a competitor
  • Dr. Anja Mengel is “very knowledgeable” says a competitor
  • Andreas Ege is “solution-oriented” says a competitor
  • Dr. Tobias Schommer is “highly experienced and competent” and “expert in social law” say competitors.


All-round advice to employers, incl. on restructuring and reorganization, also transactional advice to firms without employment expertise and insolvency administrators. Advice and litigation in individual and collective employment law, frequently wage agreements.

Civil service employment law, corporate codetermination, collective bargaining. Also data protection, employment-related compliance and company pensions.

Founding member of international alliance ELLINT.

(5 equity partners, 1 salary partner, 11 associates)


ADAC Group regarding site closure incl. litigation and against manipulation allegations concerning “Gelbe Engel”, DAX corporate on company pensions; ongoing advice: Federal Employers’ Association of Personnel Services (esp. litigation and collective bargaining), Ergo, Popp-Feinkost, Pro7Sat.1 Group (incl. transactions).

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