Taledo GmbH

Commercial Lawyer (m/f/d) (BB-1CB4D)

Gefunden in: Neuvoo DE


Commercial Lawyer (m/f/d)

Standort: Frankfurt am MainCommercial Lawyer in the field of Civil & Labour Law for the DACH Region (limited to 24 months as parental leave representation)



  • Work integrated in an international team and will independently answer legal questions in the field of commercial contract and labour law, especially in the context of the recruitment process on temporary workforce (freelancers and temporary workers especially for specialists and managers)
  • You will ensure compliance of personnel assignments with our customers and external recruiting partners
  • You will support our Client Service Teams in the implementation of legal requirements within the framework of the German Temporary Employment Act and with regard to freelancers
  • In addition to the German business, you will support international activities, especially within the scope of projects and will work together with external legal advisors
  • You will support a wide range of legal issues, including data protection law
  • You will receive mentoring and professional development to further your career


Ideal candidate

  • Fluent German and English
  • (In-house) Lawyer, (full-time) Lawyer, business lawyer
  • Experience in reviewing and drafting commercial contracts and good working knowledge of German labor law
  • International commercial experience preferred but not essential
  • Analytical, independent and careful working methods
  • Distinct hands-on mentality
  • Outgoing, team-oriented and communicative, also in exchange with non-lawyers
  • Native/Fluent in German and good knowledge of English (B2. min)
  • Computer literate, knowledge of MS-Office applications


  • Cross-country and cross-regional experience
  • Work in a multicultural environment
  • Competitive remuneration package


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