The European Parliament adopted a proposal on 2 February seeking potentially far-reaching changes to the current European Works Council (EWC) Directive. These include strengthening the information and consultation rights of EWCs and improving enforcement by introducing GDPR-level fines for non-compliance and a risk of injunctions for failure to inform and consult.
Tatjana Serbina, LL.M.Browsing
Tatjana Serbina is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s Berlin office and a member of the German Labor Law Practice Group. She spent her legal traineeship in the jurisdiction of the Higher Regional Court of Brandenburg and passed her Second State Exam in 2018. Prior to this, Tatjana studied law in Germany (Heidelberg, Berlin) and Spain (Bilbao) and graduated from law school in 2015. She also studied law at the Queen Mary University of London, where Tatjana obtained her LL.M. degree in 2019. During the LL.M. she focused on Computer & Communications Law.