Martin Gliewe

Rechtsanwalt, Attorney Specialising in Labour Law
Practice Group Employment & Pensions
Practice Group Automotive & New Mobility

Martin Gliewe is a lawyer and certified specialist in employment law. He advises national and international companies on all matters of individual and collective labour law. Besides providing day-to-day advice on current employment-law problems, his work also focuses on all forms of deploying external staff, especially personnel leasing and the use of freelancers or interim managers, as well as restructuring plans. Martin represents and supports his clients in disputes involving employment law and social security law and in negotiations with trade unions and works councils, for example regarding collective wage agreements, reconciliation of interests and social compensation plans. He also advises on and supports in handling compliance risks under employment and social security law and supports his clients during official investigations and raids. Martin regularly publishes articles on current and key issues regarding the use of external staff, especially on the phenomenon of bogus self-employment, and he is in demand as a speaker at seminars and lectures.


  • Use of external staff (personnel leasing, contractors, temporary staff)
  • Law of service agreements
  • Social security law
  • Deployment of freelance workers
  • Proceedings to determine workers’ status, avoiding fictitious self-employment
  • Compliance with employment and social security law
  • Reorganisations (including transfers of undertakings, operational changes and mergers)


  • Legal studies at the university of Trier
  • Traineeship at Koblenz Regional Court
  • Lawyer at a leading international firm in Munich
  • With Noerr since 2011
  • Admitted to the Frankfurt am Main Chamber of Lawyers

Selected Publications

  • Die Festhaltenserklärung des Leiharbeitnehmers als Compliance-Risiko (with Daniel Happ), in: CCZ 01/2018, pp. 21 et seq.
  • Arbeitnehmerüberlassungsgesetz – Reform 2017 (with Daniel Happ), in:, 31 March 2017
  • Auswirkungen der AÜG-Reform auf die (IT-)Beratungsbranche – Voreiliger Verbandsjubel, in: Legal Tribune Online (LTO), 18 November 2016
  • Institutioneller Rechtsmissbrauch durch Kettenbefristung im Schulbereich, Anmerkung zu LAG Hamm, Urteil vom 25.02.2015 (with Dr Jacek Kielkowski), in: jurisPR-ArbR 39/2015 Anm. 1
  • Social Media im Arbeitsverhältnis – Gefahrenquelle Mitarbeiter, in: Arbeit und Arbeitsrecht (AuA) 2012, 464
  • Dreiseitiger Aufhebungs- und Schuldübernahmevertrag zur Übertragung von Versorgungsanwartschaften, Anmerkung zu BAG, Urteil vom 24.02.2011, in: Betriebsberater (BB) 2011, 1855