Lawyers

We are a practised team – legally skilled and industry-tempered, distinguished by service orientation at the highest level and our pragmatic approach. Decisively and with determination, we lead you to your goal.

Lawyers

We are a practised team – legally skilled and industry-tempered, distinguished by service orientation at the highest level and our pragmatic approach. Decisively and with determination, we lead you to your goal.

Dr. Benedikt Inhester

Contact

Aberlestrasse 3
81371 Munich / Germany

Phone +49 89 215367992
Fax +49 89 215367999

Dr. Benedikt Inhester

Lawyer | Specialized lawyer for labour law

Studied law at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg; Doctorate on a subject of works constitution law and research assistant at the University of Augsburg; Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court Düsseldorf


Admitted to the bar since 2013, specialist lawyer for employment law since 2017; work experience in the Employment Law department of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, Düsseldorf and the Employment Law and Compliance & Investigations practice group of Noerr LLP, Munich


Head of Employment Law & Industrial Relations in an international technology group in Munich and Client secondment as Legal EU Labor Law and Labor Relations Manager in an international pharmaceutical group in Ulm


Lecturer at the Tax College Dr. Endriss

Benedikt Inhester works mainly on employee representation law (Betriebsverfassungsrecht). From his years as in-house lawyer, he is very experienced in dealing with works councils. He is recognised by them as reliable, solution-oriented and as a strong negotiation partner. He has successfully negotiated works agreements on almost all issues of practical relevance at all group levels. Because of his industrial experience, he can design slim and efficient co-determination processes, knows how to involve stakeholders and understands multi-project management.

Benedikt Inhester is also a passionate litigator. He has particular expertise, for example, in conducting complex mass proceedings in the air transport industry. His success in court is due to detailed preparation of the case and calm negotiation strategy. Benedikt Inhester sees himself especially also on the side of quiet conflict resolution, if that is indicated on commercial or personnel political grounds.

Practical advice to human resources staff and managers in their daily work completes his profile. Apart from legal considerations, he is always aware of business policy aspects. Clients appreciate his sensitivity and often avail of his advice before legal recourse is mentioned. He is a valued sparring partner on tactical considerations and is in demand when negotiations have reached deadlock.

Free cooperation with fringspartners, a law firm in Düsseldorf specialising in employment law advice


Network lawyer of top.legal, a B2B on-demand legal platform combining digital processes, artificial intelligence and a Europe-wide network of specialised top lawyers


Member of the Federal Association of Labour Law Experts in Enterprises

Country chapter Germany; Global Legal Insights – Employment & Labour Law 2019, 7. Edition (with  Arno Frings und Michael Bogati)


Best Practice: Termination due to frequent short illnesses, in: DER BETRIEB of 19.01.2018 (with Maximilian Schimmelpfennig)


Temporary work: How to protect yourself from fines as of April 1, 2017 – Effects of the AÜG reform for the logistics industry; Deutsche Verkehrszeitung 2017 (with Mansur Pour Rafsendjani and Daniel Happ)


No holiday without pay – On granting holiday through precautionary release, in: DER BETRIEB of 14.8.2015


No claim for compensation in case of unawareness of objective unfitness of the applicant – BAG strengthens company rights in case of dubious discrimination claims; DER BETRIEB of 8.8.2014


BAG again strengthens rights of companies against ‘AGG-Hoppers’; Online blog of the Handelsblatt, Rechtsboard, 18.7.2014


To the satisfaction of all – Attractiveness advantages of companies by offering a dual course of study integrated with vocational training; PERSONALWIRTSCHAFT 2014 (with Michael Bogati)


The agreement on employer’s sole rights of decision within § 87 BetrVG – On the substance of co-determination rights in social matters of the works constitution; Cuvillier, 2012

Dr. Benedikt Inhester

Lawyer | Specialized lawyer for labour law

Dr. Benedikt Inhester

Contact

Aberlestrasse 3 | 81371 Munich
Phone +49 89 215367992
Fax +49 89 215367999

inhester@win-partner.de

Studied law at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg; Doctorate on a subject of works constitution law and research assistant at the University of Augsburg; Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court Düsseldorf


Admitted to the bar since 2013, specialist lawyer for employment law since 2017; work experience in the Employment Law department of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, Düsseldorf and the Employment Law and Compliance & Investigations practice group of Noerr LLP, Munich


Head of Employment Law & Industrial Relations in an international technology group in Munich and Client secondment as Legal EU Labor Law and Labor Relations Manager in an international pharmaceutical group in Ulm


Lecturer at the Tax College Dr. Endriss

Benedikt Inhester works mainly on employee representation law (Betriebsverfassungsrecht). From his years as in-house lawyer, he is very experienced in dealing with works councils. He is recognised by them as reliable, solution-oriented and as a strong negotiation partner. He has successfully negotiated works agreements on almost all issues of practical relevance at all group levels. Because of his industrial experience, he can design slim and efficient co-determination processes, knows how to involve stakeholders and understands multi-project management.

Benedikt Inhester is also a passionate litigator. He has particular expertise, for example, in conducting complex mass proceedings in the air transport industry. His success in court is due to detailed preparation of the case and calm negotiation strategy. Benedikt Inhester sees himself especially also on the side of quiet conflict resolution, if that is indicated on commercial or personnel political grounds.

Practical advice to human resources staff and managers in their daily work completes his profile. Apart from legal considerations, he is always aware of business policy aspects. Clients appreciate his sensitivity and often avail of his advice before legal recourse is mentioned. He is a valued sparring partner on tactical considerations and is in demand when negotiations have reached deadlock.

Free cooperation with fringspartners, a law firm in Düsseldorf specialising in employment law advice


Network lawyer of top.legal, a B2B on-demand legal platform combining digital processes, artificial intelligence and a Europe-wide network of specialised top lawyers


Member of the Federal Association of Labour Law Experts in Enterprises

Country chapter Germany; Global Legal Insights – Employment & Labour Law 2019, 7. Edition (with  Arno Frings und Michael Bogati)


Best Practice: Termination due to frequent short illnesses, in: DER BETRIEB of 19.01.2018 (with Maximilian Schimmelpfennig)


Temporary work: How to protect yourself from fines as of April 1, 2017 – Effects of the AÜG reform for the logistics industry; Deutsche Verkehrszeitung 2017 (with Mansur Pour Rafsendjani and Daniel Happ)


No holiday without pay – On granting holiday through precautionary release, in: DER BETRIEB of 14.8.2015


No claim for compensation in case of unawareness of objective unfitness of the applicant – BAG strengthens company rights in case of dubious discrimination claims; DER BETRIEB of 8.8.2014


BAG again strengthens rights of companies against ‘AGG-Hoppers’; Online blog of the Handelsblatt, Rechtsboard, 18.7.2014


To the satisfaction of all – Attractiveness advantages of companies by offering a dual course of study integrated with vocational training; PERSONALWIRTSCHAFT 2014 (with Michael Bogati)


The agreement on employer’s sole rights of decision within § 87 BetrVG – On the substance of co-determination rights in social matters of the works constitution; Cuvillier, 2012

Dr. Philip Wenninger

Lawyer | Specialized lawyer for labour law

Studied law at the Universities of Augsburg and San Sebastián (Spain); Doctorate in International Labour Law and worked as a research assistant at the University of Augsburg; legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg


Admitted to the bar since 2011, Certified Specialist in Labor Law since 2017; Attorney at law in the area of labor law of SKW Schwarz Rechtsanwälte, Munich; Attorney at law in the area of labor law of Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, Munich


In-house lawyer in an international technology group, Munich

Philip Wenninger advises on all aspects of Labour Law. With his in-house experience, he has in-depth understanding of internal processes. He therefore specialises in ongoing advice to companies of all sizes on all questions of individual and collective Labour Law. Philip Wenninger also advises on Labour Law in transactions and supports companies in particular in Labour Law due diligence reviews.

Philip Wenninger has very extensive experience as a litigator. He acts in may unfair dismissal proceedings, representing not only employers but also corporate bodies, managers and employees including in the course of resulting settlement negotiations. In addition to dismissal proceedings representing employees, Philip Wenninger is also skilled in drafting employment and termination agreements.

Dr. Philip Wenninger

Contact

Viktor-Scheffel-Strasse 12
80803 Munich / Germany

Phone +49 89 215367991
Fax +49 89 215367999

wenninger@win-partner.de

Dr. Philip Wenninger

Lawyer | Specialized lawyer for labour law

Dr. Philip Wenninger

Contact

Viktor-Scheffel-Strasse 12 | 80803 Munich
Phone +49 89 215367991
Fax +49 89 215367999
wenninger@win-partner.de

Studied law at the Universities of Augsburg and San Sebastián (Spain); Doctorate in International Labour Law and worked as a research assistant at the University of Augsburg; legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg


Admitted to the bar since 2011, Certified Specialist in Labor Law since 2017; Attorney at law in the area of labor law of SKW Schwarz Rechtsanwälte, Munich; Attorney at law in the area of labor law of Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, Munich


In-house lawyer in an international technology group, Munich

Philip Wenninger advises on all aspects of Labour Law. With his in-house experience, he has in-depth understanding of internal processes. He therefore specialises in ongoing advice to companies of all sizes on all questions of individual and collective Labour Law. Philip Wenninger also advises on Labour Law in transactions and supports companies in particular in Labour Law due diligence reviews.

Philip Wenninger has very extensive experience as a litigator. He acts in may unfair dismissal proceedings, representing not only employers but also corporate bodies, managers and employees including in the course of resulting settlement negotiations. In addition to dismissal proceedings representing employees, Philip Wenninger is also skilled in drafting employment and termination agreements.