Your business is going places. We are already there.

Lawyers Associated Worldwide is proud to introduce its European Labour & Employment Group. The Group, made up of experienced labour and employment lawyers from 20 jurisdictions, works closely together, and meets regularly to share information and expertise.

These personal connections mean we can confidently recommend our overseas colleagues. You can benefit from in-depth local legal and market knowledge, while retaining the ease and reassurance of a single point of contact.

We quickly identify potential issues, and work with you to find pragmatic, commercial solutions.

We are responsive and well-respected, and offer international reach, but with a personal touch.

Like you, our business is global.
Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW)

The European Labour & Employment Group (EEG)
is part of the network of
Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW).

LAW is a global association of 100 independent law firms located in more than 50 countries. With access to more than 4000 lawyers worldwide, membership in LAW allows member firms to service the legal needs of clients that are expanding their operations and relationships into new domestic and foreign markets.

Our membership is just a phone call or an email away from responding to clients’ needs, whether they occur across state, provincial or country lines.

Working across all industry sectors, our members provide the full range of labour and employment law services, including:

  • preparing employment contracts, staff handbooks and policies, including detailed bonus and benefit provisions;
  • confidentiality and business protection, including drafting, advising on and enforcing intellectual property provisions and restrictive covenants (non-compete / non-solicitation etc.);
  • preparing and advising on collective agreements;
  • dismissal, disciplinary and grievance issues;
  • discrimination and family friendly advice;
  • redundancy, reorganisation and outsourcing programmes;
  • employment litigation;
  • share and asset sales, including advice on the Acquired Rights Directive;
  • company restructuring and business recovery, including corporate and financial rescue arrangements for collective labour agreements; and
  • data protection and social media.