We advise our clients in all areas of individual and collective employment law and support them in the conduct of legal disputes. One of the focal points of our work in this area is advising private and public employers in terms of operational and company co-determination, for example in negotiating social plans or representing them on conciliation boards and in collective bargaining. Together with our clients, we develop solutions to employment law issues connected to reorganisation and restructuring, transfers of operations and – on the foundation of our long-standing, intensive work in employment law for public services and churches – privatisation projects (PPP), and assist with the implementation of these concepts.
born 1961, university studies in Kiel and Munich. Admitted as attorney in 1992, honorary professor of medical law at the Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel and lecturer in Hospital Management within the Faculty of Medicine at the Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel, Certified Specialist for employment law, medical law and administrative law, notary since 2000
Specialisation: Employment law, medical and healthcare law, public procurement law, state aid law, planning and environmental law
As a Certified Specialist for employment law, Professor Nebendahl mainly advises private and public sector employers and managers on all matters relating to individual and, primarily, collective employment law, but also acts as a forensic attorney in these areas. In his capacity as a Certified Specialist for medical law, he represents registered doctors and hospital operators, as well as non-medical service providers, on all healthcare matters from the organisation or re-organisation of medical service provision, legal issues surrounding panel doctors and medical bills, right through to medical liability cases. Professor Nebendahl’s work as a Certified Specialist for administrative law centres around public planning and environmental law, with particular emphasis on major planning projects. With regard to public procurement law and state aid law, Professor Nebendahl chiefly advises public sector clients on the preparation, implementation, and judicial review of complex public procurement processes, including putting extensive construction projects, IT services, regional rail services, and their funding out to tender.
Professor Nebendahl is honorary professor of healthcare law in the Faculty of Law and lecturer in Hospital Management within the Faculty of Medicine at the Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel. He is author of numerous academic publications in the areas of employment law, medical law, and administrative law. Aside from this, he is a member of the Admissions Committee of the Schleswig-Holstein Bar Association for Certfied Specialists in administrative law and medical law.