Dr. Betina Fecker

Certified attorney in labor law
  • Dr. Betina Fecker
  • Dr. Betina Fecker

Betina advises companies and management on all aspects of collective and individual labor law. In addition to providing advice on contractual issues and the establishment and termination of employment relationships, this also includes providing advice on the restructuring and reorganisation of companies as well as organising and giving support with transfers of undertakings. Another focal point of her activities is advising and representing employers in relations with employee representatives.

Betina studied at the Universities of Würzburg, Genf und Freiburg, where she also obtained a doctorate. Betina was an in-house jurist at Robert-Bosch GmbH until 2003 and company attorney at EKK Dr. Engelhard Kaupp Kiefer Beteiligungsberatung GmbH (private equity) as well as managing director and investment manager from 2004 to 2009. In this regard, Betina was a member of the management board of Area5F AG, Berlin from 2005 to 2007. Betina has been a partner at BRP since 2009. She is an attorney specializing in labor law.

Betina speaks German, English and French.

In 2020, 2021 and 2022, Betina has been recognized as a leading expert in labor and employment law in the ranking „Germany´s Best Lawyers“ released by the US specialist publisher Best Lawyers and the Handelsblatt.

Dr. Betina Fecker, Dr. Jörg Fecker: Arbeitsrecht aktuell - Arbeitssicherheit/- schutz
Uwe Rentz, Leitender Direktor a. D. der BGHW Berufsgenossenschaft Handel und Warenlogistik, Dr. Betina Fecker und Dr. Jörg Fecker hielten am 14.04.2016 Kurzvorträge zum Thema Arbeitssicherheit und Arbeitsschutz.

BRP Renaud & Partner: "Arbeitsrecht aktuell", Vortragsveranstaltung am 15.05.2014
Dr. Betina Fecker und Dr. Sebastian Scheffzek referierten am 15.05.2014 zu den organisatorischen und finanziellen Belastungen des Arbeitgebers bei Krankenkassen sowie deren arbeitsrechtlichen Handlungsoptionen. 


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