Dr. Andreas Fülbier

Of Counsel

Dr. Andreas Fülbier

Of Counsel

Dr. Andreas Fülbier

Dr Andreas Fülbier is a member of the Hoffmann Liebs’ employment law practice group. As a lawyer, he provides advice to companies and managers from the banking sector in all areas of individual and collective employment law. He represents his clients’ interests in both judicial and extra-judicial matters. Dr Fülbier focuses on the structuring and negotiation of transformation within companies, restructuring measures and works council/employer agreements, as well as the implementation of regulatory requirements (e.g. compensation systems). He also has particular expertise in the structuring of executive board employment contracts, other employment contracts and cancellation of contract agreements.

  • Employment (contract) Law
  • Legal issues relating to compensation systems and compensation regulation
  • Restructuring measures, particularly within the banking sector
  • The provision of advice to supervisory boards, executive boards, managing directors and executives on all employment law issues (incl. conducting negotiations with works councils)
  • Presentations and seminars on a range of topics, including individual and collective employment law
  • Since 2017 at Hoffmann Liebs
  • 1999 – 2016  WGZ BANK – head of HR (in-house lawyer)
  • 1995 – 1998 Deutsche Hypothekenbank, Hanover – various positions including deputy head of the Legal department, compliance and money laundering officer
  • 1991 – 1995 WGZ BANK – in-house lawyer in the Legal and Participating Interests (Recht und Beteiligungen) division
  • 1989 – 1990 Research assistant at the Institute for Banking Law (Institut für Bankrecht) at the University of Cologne
  • 1982 – 1989 Studied law at the University of Bielefeld
  • 1979 – 1981 Bank apprenticeship at Dresdner Bank AG in Bielefeld, qualifying as a bank clerk (Bankkaufmann)
  • Das Geldwäschegesetz, RWS-Verlag, 1-5. Auflage 1993-2006 (Herausgeber)
  • Das Kreditwesengesetz, Beck-Verlag, 1. und 2. Auflage 2000, 2004 (Mitautor)
  • “The employment law practice is more and more present in the market.
  • With the accession of Dr. Andreas Fülbier, who came from the WGZ Bank, the law firm received another specialization: advising banks. Thus, the law firm has already established the first joint mandates at the interface of the law firm’s bank law practice.”
    JUVE Handbook Commercial Law Firms 2017/2018
  • Employment (contract) Law
  • Legal issues relating to compensation systems and compensation regulation
  • Restructuring measures, particularly within the banking sector
  • The provision of advice to supervisory boards, executive boards, managing directors and executives on all employment law issues (incl. conducting negotiations with works councils)
  • Presentations and seminars on a range of topics, including individual and collective employment law
  • Since 2017 at Hoffmann Liebs
  • 1999 – 2016  WGZ BANK – head of HR (in-house lawyer)
  • 1995 – 1998 Deutsche Hypothekenbank, Hanover – various positions including deputy head of the Legal department, compliance and money laundering officer
  • 1991 – 1995 WGZ BANK – in-house lawyer in the Legal and Participating Interests (Recht und Beteiligungen) division
  • 1989 – 1990 Research assistant at the Institute for Banking Law (Institut für Bankrecht) at the University of Cologne
  • 1982 – 1989 Studied law at the University of Bielefeld
  • 1979 – 1981 Bank apprenticeship at Dresdner Bank AG in Bielefeld, qualifying as a bank clerk (Bankkaufmann)
  • Das Geldwäschegesetz, RWS-Verlag, 1-5. Auflage 1993-2006 (Herausgeber)
  • Das Kreditwesengesetz, Beck-Verlag, 1. und 2. Auflage 2000, 2004 (Mitautor)
  • “The employment law practice is more and more present in the market.
  • With the accession of Dr. Andreas Fülbier, who came from the WGZ Bank, the law firm received another specialization: advising banks. Thus, the law firm has already established the first joint mandates at the interface of the law firm’s bank law practice.”
    JUVE Handbook Commercial Law Firms 2017/2018