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Lawyer

Thomas Weckbach, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Labor Law, Wills and Estate Planning, Unfair Competition Law, Construction Law. Member of Seitz Weckbach Fent.

Background

Weckbach, Thomas was born on June 1, 1956 in Augsburg, Germany.

Education

University of Augsburg (Doctor Juris, 1986). Spoken languages: German, English and Italian.

Career

Worked at Seitz Weckbach Fent (Augsburg) specializing in General Practice, Corporate, Tax, Labor, Unfair Competition, Transportation, Estate Planning, Probate Law, Family Law and Arbitration. Admitted to the bar, 1986, Bavaria. Author: Annotations to Labour Appeal Court decision of 20.06.85, CR 480/1986., "The Binding Effect of the Prohibition of Estate Partition," Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 1987.

"The Works Council's Right to Information on the Introduction of Electronic Data Processing in Personnel Administration," NZA 1988, 305. Book Review, "Collective Commentary on the Law relating to Part-time Work," Becker, Danne et al 1987, CR 551/1989. Assistant Professor, 1983-1986 and Lecturer, 1988, 1992, and 1994.

University of Augsburg. Member: Bavarian Bar Association. German Society for Data Processing Law.

German Labor Court Association. German Society for Construction Law. German Society for Labor Law.

Established in 1986, the firm consists of three partners and three associates and has an emphasis on commercial, corporate and tax matters.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Annotations to Labour Appeal Court decision of 20.06.85, CR 480/1986., "The Binding Effect of the Prohibition of Estate Partition," Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 1987. "The Works Council's Right to Information on the Introduction of Electronic Data Processing in Personnel Administration," NZA 1988, 305. Book Review, "Collective Commentary on the Law relating to Part-time Work," Becker, Danne et al 1987, CR 551/1989.

      Assistant Professor, 1983-1986 and Lecturer, 1988, 1992, and 1994. University of Augsburg.

Membership

Member: Bavarian Bar Association. German Society for Data Processing Law. German Labor Court Association.

German Society for Construction Law. German Society for Labor Law.