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Dr. Nina Springer, LL.M., Partner

Dr. Nina Springer, LL.M.

Partner

Rechtsanwältin, Fachanwältin für Arbeitsrecht

Languages

German, English, Spanish

Practice areas

  • Agency workers
  • Diversified industrials
  • Employment law
  • Employment litigation and dispute resolution
  • Executive employment issues
  • HR Consultancy
  • Labor law and trade union issues
  • Restructuring and redundancy
  • Services for in-house counsel

Practice notes

Nina is a Partner at Eversheds Sutherland in Hamburg and a member of the Employment and Labour Law practice group.

As a certified specialist for employment and labour law, she advises national and international clients in and out of court on all matters of employment and labour law. She focusses on the implementation of restructuring and reorganisation measures in the context of closures or staff reductions as well as on transactional labour and employment law.

Nina studied law at the University of Passau and was admitted to the bar in Germany in May 2006. Furthermore, she graduated from a master's course at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland (Master of Law (LL.M.)) and she obtained her doctorate at the University of Bremen.

Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland, she worked for renowned law firms in Hamburg (Boege Rohde Luebbehuesen) and Munich and most recently for ten years for Beiten Burkhardt in their Employment and Labour Law practice group.

Nina's recent experience includes:

  • advising an industrial production company, operating throughout Europe, on reorganisational matters (staff reductions) as well as providing continuous employment and labour law advice
  • advising another global industrial production company on group-wide spin-off and merger processes as well as providing continuous employment and labour law advice
  • providing another global industrial production company with continuous employment and labour law advice
  • implementation of a restructuring measure including staff reductions at a nationwide specialist publishing house
  • implementation of a complete nationwide closing of a language school
  • advising a nationwide personnel service provider during a change of business model following the reform of the German Personnel Leasing Act (Arbeitnehmerüberlassungsgesetz)

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