Patrick Hardtke

Lawyer, Partner
Employment Law Specialist

Königstraße 52
70173 Stuttgart, Deutschland
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T +49 711 222901-45
F +49 711 222901-75
E patrick.hardtke@anwalt-stuttgart.de


Areas of Specialism

Patrick Hardtke advises on employment law and inheritance law. His work focuses on advising small and medium-sized enterprises on all individual and collective employment law matters on an ongoing basis and representing employers and employees in disputes. He provides inher-itance law support around the drafting of testamentary dispositions, anticipated succession measures and pension arrangements. In addition, Patrick Hardtke advises and represents clients in inheritance disputes of all kinds, particularly in the assertion of claims to a compulsory share, claims arising from bequests and in relation to partition of an estate between a community of heirs. He has particular experience of representing clients before employment tribunals and civil law courts.

Career

Patrick Hardtke studied law in Mannheim. He has been a lawyer with WERWIGK & PARTNER since 2011, and a partner in the firm since 2019. Patrick Hardtke trains legal trainees for Stuttgart Regional Court and the Stuttgart Bar Association. He speaks German and English.

Memberships

Lectures

  • “Making Proper Provision for a Worst-Case Scenario”, Volkshochschule Stuttgart, February 2018
  • “Making Proper Provision for a Worst-Case Scenario”, Volkshochschule Stuttgart, November 2017
  • “Gifting and Bequeathing – Safeguarding Estate Assets through Appropriate Drafting of a Last Will and Testament”, “Die besten Jahre” (The Best Years) fair, Stuttgart, November 2017
  • “Making Proper Provision for a Worst-Case Scenario”, Volkshochschule Stuttgart, February 2017
  • “Gifting and Bequeathing – Safeguarding Estate Assets through Appropriate Drafting of a Last Will and Testament”, “Die besten Jahre” (The Best Years) fair, Stuttgart, November 2016
  • “Making Proper Provision for a Worst-Case Scenario”, Volkshochschule Stuttgart, November 2016
  • “Legal Facts around Part-Time Employment”, Esslingen, October 2016
  • “A Healthy Separation – Seeking a Fair Way to Part Company. Legal Tips on Dismissal”, Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce, September 2016
  • “Employment Law for Business Owners, Managing Directors and Human Resources Managers with a Particular Focus on the Pitfalls of Dismissals under Employment Law”, MLP Tübingen, June 2016
  • “Making Proper Provision for a Worst-Case Scenario”, Volkshochschule Stuttgart, June 2016
  • “Gifting and Bequeathing – Safeguarding Estate Assets through Appropriate Drafting of a Last Will and Testament”, “Die besten Jahre” (The Best Years) show, Stuttgart, November 2015
  • “Legal Facts around Part-Time Employment”, Filderstadt, July 2015

Publications

  • Werwigk/Hardtke, Economic Activity in Not-For-Profit Associations, BW Bank Foundations Magazine, II/2017

Client Comments

    I have turned to Mr Hardtke twice now with regard to employment law matters and both times felt that I received considered advice and excellent support, including on difficult decisions. Mr Hardtke took complete responsibility for issues that are pretty impenetrable to non-experts, explaining them in an easy-to-understand way and achieving a successful outcome. The communication between us was highly professional, pleasant and straightforward throughout the entire period.

    Cornelia Varwig, Stuttgart


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