Anne Hoßbach advises German and international companies, managing directors and executives in all areas of individual and collective labour law.
A nne Hoßbach studied law at the University of Konstanz and the Georg August University of Göttingen. During her legal clerkship in Oldenburg and Hamburg, she already focused on labor and social law, including during her elective station at an international company.
Before joining FUHLROTT ARBEITSRECHT, Anne Hoßbach worked in the employment law department of a renowned international law firm in Hamburg, where she advised German and international companies and executives in all areas of individual and collective employment law and represented them in court.
Anne Hoßbach is a lecturer in employment law at a Hamburg university. Since 2022, she has also held the additional professional title of specialist lawyer for employment law.
- Ongoing labor law advice for companies, from agreed annual targets to terminations
- Planning, support and implementation of operational change
- Negotiations with work councils and drafting of collective working conditions
- Drafting of individual employment contracts and personalized measures
- Labor law litigation
- Internal investigations
- Employee data protection and privacy
- Introduction of labor law compliance measures such as whistleblowers or ombudsmen
- Employment law consulting for managers and protection against unwarranted dismissal
- Advice for managing directors and executive bodies
- Training courses and lectures
- Vacation entitlements after parental leave do not expire in accordance with Section 7 III BUrlG – note on judgment on BAG of 5.7.2022, 9 AZR 341/21, Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsrecht (GWR) 2022, p. 386
- Provision of copies of data requires a sufficiently specific request for action – Judgement note on BAG of 27.4.2021, 2 AZR 342/20, Neue Zeitschrift für Arbeitsrecht – RechtsprechungsReport (NZA-RR) 2021, p. 455
- The most important changes due to the Betriebsrätemodernisierungsgesetz – ArbeitsrechtAktuell (ArbRAktuell) 2021, p. 313