• Katrin Scheicht
  • Katrin Scheicht

+49 (0) 89 215 39 28-0

Katrin Scheicht’s legal practice encompasses all matters of individual and collective labor law. She has particular experience in advising national and international clients in the fields of restructuring, company transactions, and transfers of undertakings. Another focus of her work is the advice on day-to-day labor law questions such as negotiations with the works council, conciliation and legal proceedings as well as the implementation of whistleblowing hotlines and advice on internal investigations.

Language skills: German, English
Location: Munich

  • Career

    born in Bonn

    Graduate Studies at the Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms University Bonn and the Philipps University Marburg

    Compulsory legal training in Düsseldorf and Toronto, Canada

    Lawyer at Haas & Partner, Düsseldorf

    Admission to the German Bar Association

    Lawyer at Esch & Kramer, Wuppertal

    Lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Munich, partner since 2013

    Certified labor and employment law specialist

    Partner at Pusch Wahlig Workplace Law, Munich

  • Publications

    Beck-online Personal-Lexikon, Norbert Minn, Volker Stück, Dr. Jörg Laber (Hrsg.), Verlag C.H.BECK München, 2020

    Arbeitsrechtlicher Umgang mit Pandemien – Praxisleitfaden am Beispiel der Corona-Krise, Göpfert, Burkard; Helm, Rüdiger; Dahl, Holger (Hrsg.), R&W, 2020

    Fußball-EM am Arbeitsplatz – was erlaubt ist, was nicht

    Zwei Fragen weniger – Aufsatz zu aktuellen Entscheidungen zum Thema Mindestlohn, Personalmagazin

    Zehn Jahre AGG – der Stand der Dinge, Human Resources Manager

    all publications
  • Awards / Activities

    • Listed by Chambers since 2016 as one of the recommended employment law specialists in Germany
    • Listed by Legal 500 since 2016
    • Listed by Handelsblatt since 2016
    • Regular speaker at the bar association Munich
    • Lecturer for Management Circle AG: “Labour and Employment Law related aspects for managing directors”
    • Lecturer for DeutscheAnwaltAkademie, specialization course in works constitution law I

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Managing director or employee?

While in some jurisdictions managing directors are always employees, this is not necessarily the case under German law. If an individual has only the job title [...]

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