Julian Jentsch advises on all questions arising out of individual and collective labour law. His expertise covers the drafting of employee contracts and questions of co-determination.
Julian studied law in Würzburg and spent his subsequent legal clerkship in Würzburg and Munich. During his legal clerkship, he dealt with various employment issues in leading commercial law firms.
Following his clerkship, Julian worked as a research assistant in a Bamberg law firm for specialist attorneys in labour law.
Julian joined Osborne Clarke in 2023 as a lawyer and advises international corporations as well as start-ups.
Osborne Clarke has once again advised Prematch, the Cologne-based social platform for amateur football, on a successfully completed financing round, read more.
VR Ventures / Redstone
Osborne Clarke has advised VR Ventures / Redstone on its investment in the seed funding round of start-up nuwo, read more.