Since taking up work, Lars Möller has exclusively advised employers as well as board members and managing directors on employment and service contract law. He assists national and international clients with restructurings and business transfers. He also advises on an ongoing basis on works constitution law, which includes negotiating reconciliation of interests agreements and social compensation schemes and providing assistance with conciliation committee proceedings. His services further include acting as a litigator, up to the German Federal Labour Court. Lars Möller is currently dealing with the increasing digitalisation of the workplace and the associated challenges for companies, for example, in the area of qualification and further training. Another point of emphasis is managing the structural change resulting from the energy transition and the acute and long-term consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic from an employment law perspective.
Lars Möller studied law at the Universities of Bayreuth and Münster (both Germany), focusing on employment law. His subsequent legal training included training periods at Gleiss Lutz and Lovells (today, Hogan Lovells), amongst others. He is also a graduate in business law, holding the title “Wirtschaftsjurist (Univ. Bayreuth)”.
Lars Möller began his professional career at Taylor Wessing in Frankfurt am Main in 2006, from where he moved on to head the employment law department of PwC Legal in Hanover. Before joining Luther in 2020, Lars Möller was Principal Counsel at Kliemt.Arbeitsrecht in Berlin.