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Dr. Andreas Krause, Senior Associate

Dr. Andreas Krause

Senior Associate



German, Italian, English, French

Practice areas

  • Agency workers
  • Discrimination law
  • Employment law
  • Employment litigation and dispute resolution
  • Executive employment issues
  • Labor law and trade union issues
  • Restructuring and redundancy

Practice notes

Andreas is a certified specialist in labour and employment law and a senior associate in the International Labour and Employment Law practice group at Eversheds Sutherland in Munich.

He advises and represents national and international companies in all areas of labour and employment law. Inter alia, he focusses on providing labour and employment law advice in the context of restructurings and transactions. Andreas furthermore supports companies, management boards and managing directors in the design and termination of executive service agreements. He furthermore focusses on providing advice to companies in the area of social insurance law, particularly in the context of company audits and subsequent procedures.

Andreas studied law at Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and passed his second state exam at Nuremberg Higher Regional Court in 2008. He has worked in the area of labour, employment and social insurance law in Nuremberg and Munich. Up until joining Eversheds Sutherland in February 2018, Andreas spent several years working for a renowned specialist labour and employment law firm in Munich.

Andreas's recent experience includes:

  • advising and representing a technology group during the implementation of various staff reduction measures
  • due diligence on labour and employment law aspects of the takeover of a German textile company by a Chinese group
  • advising and representing a credit institution in a process to analyse and rectify the labour and employment law aspects of internal compliance breaches
  • advising and representing companies in the gastronomy industry in the defence against considerable additional contribution claims by pension scheme providers

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