Ms Johanna Haltia-Tapio > Hannes Snellman > Helsinki, Finland > Lawyer Profile

Hannes Snellman
ETELÄESPLANADI 20
PO BOX 333
00130/00131 HELSINKI
Finland

Work Department

Employment

Position

Specialist Partner

Career

Johanna heads our firm’s Employment law practice in Helsinki. She advises domestic and international clients in a broad scope of matters related to employment law, such as general counselling for employers in the Finnish market, drafting of management contracts and terminations thereof, co-operation proceedings as well as employment issues in connection with mergers and acquisitions and restructurings. Johanna is actively involved in transactional work, advising clients on personnel-related issues in transactions, including drafting documentation and harmonising employment-related benefits, pensions, personnel policies, and incentive programmes. Johanna has an extensive experience in transactions related to outsourcing of business units or certain services and corporate restructuring.

Languages

English, Finnish, Swedish

Memberships

Member of the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA)
Member of the Finnish Bar Association

Education

Specialist Partner, Hannes Snellman, 2018
Senior Counsel, Hannes Snellman, 2011
Senior Associate, Hannes Snellman, 2007
Associate Lawyer, Hannes Snellman, 2005
Associate Lawyer, Roschier Holmberg Attorneys Ltd, 1999
Master of Laws, University of Helsinki, 1999

Lawyer Rankings

Finland > Employment

Hannes Snellman provides employment-related advice to Finnish and Swedish clients, especially concerning pensions and benefits matters, health and safety issues, outsourcing arrangements, and corporate governance guidance. The team is also experienced in employee-related disputes, negotiations and litigation concerning dismissals, redundancies and occupational safety. Based in Helsinki, Johanna Haltia-Tapio heads up the practice and covers restructurings, outsourcings and executive contracts, while Anders Bygglin represents corporations in claims of alleged workplace harassment.