The #MeToo debate and the #TimesUp movement are currently splashed all over magazines and social media. It therefore makes sense to examine the labor law aspects of sexual harassment in the workplace in more detail.
Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has expanded into Italy with the addition of a six-lawyer team in Milan led by experienced Italian principals Carlo Majer and Edgardo Ratti.
The Berlin office is getting two new atttorneys in time for the new year. Renowned partner Katja Hinz is joining vangard from Beiten Burkhardt and will enhance vangard’s consulting services considerably as a result of her experience in the start-up sector.
Payment for work performed constitutes the heart of the contractual exchange relationship in employment contracts. Essentially, an employer is required to pay remuneration only after an employee has performed the services specified in their employment contract. But when exactly does an employer have to pay?