Attorneys and lawyers
for employment law
Dr. Inga Hildebrand
T +49 40 27 88 537 23
F +49 40 27 88 537 29
Inga Hildebrand completed her legal education at the Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel. In 2014, she graduaded as a doctor of laws (Dr. jur.) with a doctorial thesis on a European labour law topic. Employment and labour law were the primary focus of her postgraduate legal traineeship (Referendariat) in Hamburg and London. Prior to joining our law firm in 2019, Inga worked as a lawyer for the employment, pensions and benefits practice group of the leading international law firm Latham & Watkins LLP in Hamburg. She also holds lectures on labour law at the University of Hamburg.
Areas of expertise
Dr. Inga Hildebrand advises on all aspects of individual and collective employment law.
Comments on the decision of the Federal Labour Court dated 21 January 2019 – 9 AZB 23/18 (worker-status similarity of managing directors), AP ArbGG 1979 § 5 No 75
Comments on the decision of the European Court of Justice dated 6 November 2018 (Sebastian W. Kreuziger ./. Land Berlin), ZESAR 2019, 177 et seq.
Comments on the decision of the European Court of Justice dated 17 November 2016 („Ruhrlandklinik“) regarding the concept of ‚worker‘ within the meaning of the European directive on temporary work, ArbRB 2016, 354 et seq.
Works council’s co-determination rights in connection with the amendmend of remuneration systems – latest jurisprudence, ArbRB 2016, 337 et seq. (with Stefan Lunk)
GmbH managing directors and mass redundancies – consequences of the European Court of Justice ruling on the Balkaya case for managing directors, employees and shareholders, NZA 2016, 129 et seq. (with Stefan Lunk)
Employee protection of company management bodies in the light of the European Court of Justice ruling on the Danosa case dated 11 November 2010, Dissertation 2014
SCHRAMM MEYER KUHNKE
Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaft mbB
20355 Hamburg, Germany
T +49 40 2788 537-0