Creativity is a virtue one can definitely expect from a lawyer.
However, law is not static. Law meets individual life situations. For this reason, creativity is indispensable in order to find appropriate solutions for legal problems. Clichéd concepts are out of the question for lawyers who take their clients and their problems seriously.
Unconventional approaches and foresighted advice usually lead to extraordinarily good results. This is my claim – and this is what my clients appreciate.
Thorsten Walter read law at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. He spent his legal traineeship working at a medium-sized law firm in Koblenz that specializes in employment and labour law.
Thorsten Walter became a partner in a law firm in Mainz in 2002. He then worked at the former law firm Bartsch und Partner between January 2009 and June 2011; he is one of the founding partners of Bartsch Rechtsanwälte.
Thorsten Walter is a specialist lawyer for employment and labour law.
He advises medium-sized and large enterprises on all issues of employment and labour law. He focuses on providing advice to enterprises facing reorganization and changes to the business (e.g. reduction in personnel, changes to working conditions and the remuneration structure) and to those introducing bonus and performance-related systems.
In the area of company pension schemes Thorsten Walter advises businesses on all issues of employment and social security law. His work focuses on advising enterprises throughout the restructuring of company pension schemes and as regards pension commitments towards their shareholder directors and managing directors.
In the area of social security law Thorsten Walter advises managing directors, board members and executives with regard to their current status under social security law and analyzes the possibility of exemption from the insurance obligation in individual social security insurance sectors. He advises start-up entrepreneurs about the establishment and organization of business and management structures, and also guides his clients through the move from self-employment into an employed position or when embarking on a self-employed existence.
Phone: +49 (0)69 67 86 510-20
Areas of Specialization
- Employment law
- Read law at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany
- Legal trainee at the Regional Court (Landgericht) Koblenz
- aba - Working Group on Company Pension Schemes
(Arbeitsgemeinschaft für betriebliche Altersversorgung e.V.)
- Working Group on Employment and Labour Law, German Bar Association (Deutscher Anwaltsverein)
- German Bar Association
- Bar Association of Karlsruhe
for employment and labour law