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Eisenberger & Herzog

Work +43 1 606 36 47
Graz, Vienna
Eisenberger & Herzog, Dr Jana Eichmeyer, Vienna, AUSTRIA

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Dr Jana Eichmeyer

Work +43 (1) 606 36 47 243
Eisenberger & Herzog

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Dispute Resolution / Litigation Practice Group, Employment Law Practice Group


Jana Eichmeyer is a Partner at E&H's Vienna office and heads the practice groups “Dispute Resolution & Litigation” and “Employment”. She advises and represents clients in all areas of employment and labour law, including rationalization and restructuring, executive employment contracts, work constitution matters and issues concerning labour and civil law litigation. Another focus of her work is assisting clients with due diligence reviews and matters relating to transfer of undertakings.


Before joining E&H, Jana was a member of the employment law and litigation team of the Austrian law firm Kunz Schima Wallentin for seven years. Prior to that, she worked at a Viennese notary office. She is a lecturer for employment law at the Vienna University of Economics and regularly holds lectures.


German, English, Czech


Austrian Bar Association


Law Faculty of the University of Vienna: Mag. iur. (2003), Dr. iur (2005); Danube University Krems: LL.M. (2005)


Travelling, Cooking, Opera



Within: Employment

Eisenberger & Herzog specialises in advising on matters at the interface between employment and HR, with expertise in management contracts and disputes. Key clients include ProSieben Sat.1 and Austrian Airlines; practice head Jana Eichmeyer is advising the former on the employment law aspects of a merger-related restructuring, and the latter on issues stemming from the partial shutdown of a subsidiary company.

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