Dr. Martin Trayer


Location Frankfurt am Main
THE SQUAIRE Am Flughafen
60549 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.49 69 951195565

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Legal fields

Consulting focus

International Business

Labor law:

Re- and restructuring as well as strategic consulting in this regard

Consulting and negotiation of reconciliation of interests and social plans

Operational and corporate co-determination


  • Lawyer
  • Specialist lawyer for labor law
  • Dr. iur.
  • LL.M. (Edinburgh)
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As a lawyer and specialist in employment law, Martin Trayer is responsible for the Frankfurt am Main office in our Practice Group.

Sustainable solutions in labor law can only be achieved with good ideas and a partnership approach. With this conviction, he advises and negotiates in particular in structural change processes and transactions, but also in difficult individual employment law cases.

As a member of the European Employment Lawyers’ Association and the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Arbeitsrecht im DAV (Working Group on Employment Law in the German Bar Association), he continuously deals with new legal developments and trends in employment law at European and national level.


  • 2009 KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
  • 2006-2009 Faegre & Benson LLP
  • 2002-2006 Pricewaterhouse Coopers Veltins Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
  • 2002 Admission to the bar
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