Marcus Bertz advises on all matters pertaining to individual and collective employment law. This particularly includes dealing with questions arising in connection with the digitisation of the world of work. He additionally advises on company pension schemes, church employment law, and the law applicable to public employees who are subject to collective bargaining agreements.
Furthermore, Marcus Bertz advises on all aspects of social security law and, inter alia, assists clients in procedures to determine a person’s status for insurance purposes, in contribution procedures, and in recourse proceedings. His services further include advising on the prospects of successfully proceeding against laws and judgements before the German Federal Constitutional Court.
Marcus Bertz acts as a litigator before employment and social courts, civil courts, and constitutional courts.
In 2010, Marcus Bertz successfully completed a degree programme with alternating work and study periods at Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund. He then studied law at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). His subsequent legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin included working at the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection and at the German Federal Constitutional Court, amongst others. Marcus Bertz joined Luther as a lawyer in 2019.