Bertram Zwanziger

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Bertram Zwanziger (born August 10, 1956 in Halle (Saale) ) is a German lawyer and judge at the Federal Labor Court .

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After studying law and the subsequent legal clerkship, Zwanziger initially worked as a lawyer after taking the two state law exams. In January 1991 he joined the judicial service of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen and was employed at the Bremen-Bremerhaven Labor Court . In December 1993 he was appointed judge of the Labor Court, having previously from the University of Göttingen with the labor law magazine "The ITF campaign against FOC vessels in the system of the German labor dispute law, including conflict of laws" Dr. iur. had received a doctorate. In November 2001, Zwanziger was appointed judge at the Federal Labor Court and initially assigned to the Ninth Senate. In March 2005 he moved to the Third Senate, becoming its deputy chairman in 2009. From February 2012 he was Vice Chairman of the Seventh Senate. On October 1, 2014, Zwanziger returned to the Third Senate, which was primarily responsible for company pensions , and was appointed its presiding judge. In addition, Zwanziger publishes mainly on the legal practice and the labor law of the bankruptcy code.

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  1. Press release No. 53/14 of the Federal Labor Court, accessed on August 4, 2019.