Shirin Imani advises international and national companies on collective and individual employment law. One focus of her practice is on major restructuring projects, including the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements. In addition, her practice includes the legally compliant design of works council member remuneration.
In addition, Shirin Imani specializes in occupational pension law and is part of our Pensions practice group. She assists our clients, among other things, in the design of cost-optimized pension models.
She was named a top lawyer for employment law by WirtschaftsWoche.
Shirin Imani studied at the University of Bonn and worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Employment Law and Social Security Law (Chair of Professor Thüsing) at the University of Bonn. During her practical legal training, she spent time in Sydney, Australia, among other places. Her dissertation dealt with the redemption of employer-financed pension commitments.