Dr Sebastian Lilje advises national and international clients on all aspects of individual and collective labour and employment law.
His expertise includes, inter alia, the restructuring of companies, drafting of employment and management contracts, the negotiation and drafting of termination agreements and dismissals, settlement agreements and co-determination issues.
Sebastian completed his law studies in Hamburg with a focus on labour and social law. He obtained his Ph.D. from Hamburg University. During his legal traineeship in Hamburg, he already worked for other major law firms. He was admitted to the bar in 2021.
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to embrace digitalization at top speed. The associated innovations will last beyond the end of the pandemic. Creative working (time) models will therefore continue to be in demand in the future to enable flexible, mobile working and simultaneously meet the legal requirements. Furthermore, the increasing use of IT in the workplace must be legally accompanied. In addition to day-to-day business, I strongly support our clients primarily with strategic advice on the future of work.
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