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Return of Nikolai Fritsche to the employment law team of KPMG Law

The internationally active KPMG Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (KPMG Law) strengthens the CHRO Services team in the area of Public Labor Law. Nikolai Fritsche, who specializes in employment law for the public sector, moved back to KPMG Law on August 1, 2014.

The 35-year-old lawyer has rejoined KPMG Law in the position of senior manager, which is equivalent to the status of salary partner in other law firms. Fritsche started his career in 2007 at KPMG Law in Nuremberg. There he worked for more than five years in the area of labor law. At the beginning of 2013, he moved to the Federal Central Tax Office in Bonn. Most recently, Fritsche worked at the Federal Ministry of Finance in Berlin.

“I am particularly attracted by the prospect of expanding KPMG Law’s nationwide employment law advice to the public sector,” says Fritsche, explaining his return to Nuremberg.

With the re-entry of the experienced lawyer, KPMG Law has now significantly strengthened its Public Labor Law expertise again. Meanwhile, the entire employment law team of more than 35 lawyers is one of the three largest teams in the firm.

Alexander Insam, CHRO Services and HR Partner at KPMG Law, says: “We are very happy about Nikolai Fritsche’s return for two reasons: First, he is one of the few proven specialists in public sector labor and employment law. Secondly, his path shows that KPMG Law not only trains so well that our employees are attractive to companies and public authorities – KPMG Law’s career paths and interdisciplinary working atmosphere even encourage our alumni to return. Double the appeal, and we’re proud of it.'”

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