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Daniela Krömer

Attorney-at-Law for Labour Law and EU Law

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Gauermanngasse 2
1010 Vienna
Languages German, English, Spanish, French

Field of activity

Daniela Krömer is an attorney-at-law in the field of Labour Law and EU Law. She has been a member of the Employment Law Team at CMS since 2013. In addition to standard employment law advice, she also supports clients primarily in matters of European employment law, for example in the area of cross-border employment of workers, in particular in the area of wage and social dumping, as well as in questions of equal treatment.

Previous professional experience / training

Before joining CMS, she was a university assistant at the Institute for Employment and Social Law at the University of Vienna. Her main focus was on European Employment law.


Daniela Krömer is the author of publications on employment law in German and English and works as a lecturer in her department within the framework of the LLM for European and International Business Law at the University of Vienna.


  • Legal500 recognized Daniela Krömer in 2020 as a raising star specializing in European labour law and social dumping matters.
  • In 2008 Daniela Krömer won the Best Advocate General prize at the European Law Moot Court.
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  • University of Vienna
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Three new la­bour law pub­lic­a­tions with ex­tens­ive CMS in­volve­ment have now been pub­lished. Read more here!
30 July 2020
Tack­ling the evol­u­tion of the work­place post-COV­ID: chal­lenges for em­ploy­ers
As many coun­tries around the world ex­per­i­ence a re­duc­tion in COV­ID-19 in­fec­tions and at­tempt to re­open their eco­nom­ies, com­pan­ies both large and small are faced with the daunt­ing chal­lenges of con­duct­ing busi­ness in a post-pan­dem­ic world.
18 March 2020
UP­DATE: Em­ploy­ment Law Pack "Coronavir­us"
1. Which busi­nesses need to close, and which may con­tin­ue to op­er­ate as nor­mal?  On Sunday, 15 March 2020, the Aus­tri­an Fed­er­al Act re­lat­ing to Pro­vi­sion­al Meas­ures for Pre­vent­ing the Spread of COV­ID-19...
Up­date to the Corona manu­al
In the "Corona Manu­al", 28 ex­perts from the fields of law, jur­is­pru­dence, ad­min­is­tra­tion and aca­demia re­viewed cur­rent leg­al prac­tice in a total of 17 sub­ject areas.
16 March 2020
Coronavir­us: Ques­tions and an­swers re­lated to la­bour law
The spread of the coronavir­us (Cov­id-19) in Aus­tria is con­tinu­ing and the ac­tion be­ing taken by the gov­ern­ment to con­tain it are hav­ing an in­creas­ingly drastic ef­fect on work­ing life and, con­sequently,...
Cov­id-19 and la­bour law: op­por­tun­it­ies bey­ond short-time work
Do you have to work short hours? Find out here about al­tern­at­ives to short-time work in times of the Corona crisis!
20 December 2019
Ex­perts re­com­mend busi­nesses ad­opt in­tern­al in­vest­ig­at­ive sys­tems ahead...
Whis­tleblower series: Aus­tria With Aus­tria ex­pec­ted to pass a whis­tleblower pro­tec­tion law no later than Decem­ber 2021, leg­al ex­perts here are re­com­mend­ing that busi­nesses care­fully mon­it­or the leg­al...
Short-time work, tail­or-made
What are the leg­al op­tions for im­ple­ment­ing short-time work? We will work out the ap­pro­pri­ate mod­el with you! Read more here.
UP­DATE: Em­ploy­ment Law Pack "Coronavir­us"
Read our up­date on la­bour law is­sues re­gard­ing the coronavir­us here.
Coronavir­us: UP­DATE Work­ing hours and tele­work­ing
Here you can read the most im­port­ant work­ing time leg­al frame­work for tele­work­ing!
Coronavir­us: Ques­tions and an­swers re­lated to la­bour law
We provide you with com­pre­hens­ive an­swers to the most im­port­ant la­bour law ques­tions in con­nec­tion with the coronavir­us (Cov­id-19).
Published on eulawlive.com on 28 February 2020
Ana­lys­is: The Court of Justice’s Rul­ing in Grafe and Pohle on 'Trans­fer...
CMS Law­yer Daniela Krömer ana­lyzes the Court of Justice’s Rul­ing in Grafe and Pohle on 'Trans­fer of an Un­der­tak­ing'. Read more here!