Dr. Eric Uftring
German Attorney at Law, Certified Specialist for Employment Law and Tax Law, Staff Leasing Attorney
As an employment attorney with more than 13 years of experience, Dr. Eric Uftring focuses on advising and representing clients regarding the drafting, interpretation and implementation of German work/service agreements and termination agreements, the management of employee and staff leasing transfers as well as related social security, tax and insurance law issues.
He draws up suitable temporary employment contracts, staff leasing agreements, and contracts for work and services. Eric Uftring accompanies examination proceedings in accordance with § 7 AÜG. He represents clients in all matters concerning the German Federal Employment Agency, in particular with regard to applications and the ongoing implementation of staff leasing agreements as well as the (temporary and permanent) extension of permits.
As a litigator, Dr. Uftring regularly represents clients dealing with protection against dismissal, status, transfer, classification, and certification disputes – both in and out-of-court. In addition, Dr. Uftring has many years of experience advising and representing employers seeking to resolve disputes with work councils and other labor bodies. Moreover, Dr. Uftring regularly trains high-level personnel. For example, as staff leasing attorney, he regularly advises businesses regarding staff leasing in the high wage sector.
Eric Uftring mainly advises the employers' side - commercial companies and nonprofit organizations - which he supports, not least in the event of disputes with works councils and other staff representatives.
Prior to joining WINHELLER, Dr. Uftring was working at a Frankfurt based Employment Law Firm for many years.
Dr. Uftring began his law studies at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt/Main and completed the second half of his studies at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians University in Wuerzburg. After graduation, he continued his doctoral studies parallel to his legal clerkship, which he completed at a large international law firm. His doctoral studies were funded by the Center for European Law.
- Self-Employment in Germany - Legal Discussion, Dr. Eric Uftring, commerce germany, September 2016, Volume 14, Issue 3, p. 21
Associations and Volunteering
- International Society of Primerus Law Firms
- German Bar Association
- Association of German Tax Advisors at the State of Hesse
- JSC Energoprom Management
Comprehensive advise on corporate law and employment law
- NetDimensions Limited
Advice of the client on defending against a claim of commissions
Recent blog posts
19.12.2018 - Dr. Eric Uftring
27.09.2018 - Dr. Eric Uftring
28.06.2018 - Dr. Eric Uftring