Trainee Attourney of law

Mag. Markus Löscher – vCard

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Markus graduated from his studies of law at the University of Vienna. He focused on labour law in his thesis and already specialised on this subject. Since June 2014 he is a trainee attorney of law at GERLACH Rechtsanwälte.

Markus was working for a big french group during his studies but in the last section of his studies he changed to our law office according to his career plans. Here he did administration, legal research and correspondence for a large lawsuit.

In spring/summer 2015 Markus completed his court internship in Gmünd and Wr. Neustadt.
This experience confirmed his career decisions and from then on, he fully devotes himself to labour law.

Publi
cations

  • Der bezahlte Weg zur Arbeit - Eine Trendwende in der Rechtsprechung?
    A guide about the ongoing changes in austrian jurisprudence in PVP 2018/66
  • Angleichung Arbeiter/Angestellte:
    Der neue „Angeiter"?
    Article release regarding the approximation of blue-collar and white-collar employees in PVP 2017/86
  • Kann der Betriebsrat – trotz Entlassung –
    bis zur gerichtlichen Zustimmung weiterhin
    uneingeschränkt im Unternehmen wirken?
    Article release regarding dismissal of the works council in PVP 2017/40
  • „Große“ Elternteilzeit: Die 7 häufigsten
    Dienstgeberfehler und wie Sie diese
    vermeiden (Teil 2)

    Article release regarding maternity leave in PVP 2017/29
  • „Große“ Elternteilzeit: Die 7 häufigsten
    Dienstgeberfehler und wie Sie diese
    vermeiden (Teil 1)

    Article release regarding maternity leave in PVP 2017/21
  • Umstieg von "kleiner" Elternteilzeit auf "große" Elternteilzeit möglich?
    Article release regarding maternity leave in PVP 2016/271

 

MMag. Markus Grundtner – vCard

Foto MMag. Markus Grundtner                                 Foto MMag. Markus Grundtner

Markus completed two studies at the University of Vienna, that of Theatre, Film and Media Studies in 2008 and that of jurisprudence in 2014.

During his undergraduate studies, he worked as a culture and science journalist. He suspects that this phase of precariat has aroused his interest in labor law.

True enthusiasm for this matter finally flared up in his second degree. So he wrote one of his student research projects for general protection against dismissal.

Of his own volition he came to the Labour and Social Court, Vienna, for most part of his legal practice.

During his studies, he worked in corporate law for the OMV AG and in the holidays he completed internships at law firms. His career as attourney of law began in the employment law team of such a law firm as well. Now he works in our law office and maybe gets to know the labor law in some other facets.

Publications

  • Wer zu spät klagt, den bestraft die Schutzlücke
    Questions and problems regarding §§ 8d, 8f VKG, ecolex 2016, 607

 

Mag. Christopher Badalec – vCard

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Christopher graduated from the University of Vienna with a law degree. While still a student, he worked for the Chamber of Labour Vienna in the field of legal advice between 2012 and 2015. During this time, he had the opportunity to study the labor law in more detail, which has accompanied him ever since.

He completed his judicial year at the District Court for the Inner City of Vienna and the Vienna Public Prosecutor's Office and was subsequently able to gain practical experience in a renowned employment law firm in Vienna before joining us at the end of 2017.

 

Mag. Klaus Wieser – vCard

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Klaus studied law at the University of Vienna, graduating in 2016. He wrote a seminar paper on labor and sports law, thus already setting his later professional focus in this discipline. After graduating from the University of Vienna School of Law, he completed his court practice in Vienna and St. Pölten.

After working for a business law firm in Vienna and expanding his legal resources, Klaus joined our team in December 2017.