Jaane Glaser


Jaane Glaser advises German and international companies, managing directors and executives in all areas of individual and collective labor law.

Jaane Glaser was born and raised in Hamburg. She studied law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. She completed her legal clerkship both in Schleswig-Holstein and in Hamburg and focused her training on labor and social law with various positions in labor and social law, including at the Hamburg Labor Court. In addition, Jaane Glaser worked as a legal research assistant exclusively in employment law departments at renowned international and national law firms.

Jaane Glaser is also a lecturer in employment law at a Hamburg university.

Area of expertise

  • 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


  • Hamburg Bar Association (HAV)
  • German Bar Association (DAV) – Labor Law Committee
  • German Women Lawyers Association (djb)


  • A review of 2022 – Top 50 employment law decisions – Arbeitsrechtliche Entscheidungen (AE) 2023, p. 9
  • Act on the further implementation of the European Compatibility Directive – practical implications – ArbeitsrechtAktuell (ArbRAktuell) 2022, p. 419
  • A review of 2020 – Top 50 employment law decisions – Arbeitsrechtliche Entscheidungen (AE) 2021, p. 15
  • Investigation of criminal offenses by private individuals, judgment note on OLG Düsseldorf of 7.5.2020 – 10 U 178/19 – juris PraxisReport Strafrecht 21/2020, note 5
  • Top 50 employment law decisions – A review of 2019 – Arbeitsrechtliche Entscheidungen (AE) 2020, p. 13 et seq.
  • Possibility of enforcing collective redundancies on the grounds of a controlling company pursuant to Section 17 IIIa KSchG – Judgement note on LAG Berlin-Brandenburg from 20.12.2018, 10 Sa 284/16, Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsrecht (GWR) 2019, p. 204
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