Ulrike Kolb

Specialist Attorney for Employment Law

We cannot change the wind, but we can set our sails right.


Ulrike Kolb advises companies, associations, authorities, executives and employees on all questions of individual and collective employment law since 2000. She also represents their interests in court nationwide and in all instances.

Ulrike Kolb designs, reviews and revises employment contracts, advises on the recruitment of personnel and, as Weimann & Meyer’s data protection officer, has a further focus in advising companies as well as employees on issues relating to data protection law.

She advises employers and HR managers on all labour law issues that arise on a daily basis. Ulrike Kolb assists employers in the preparation and implementation of written warnings and terminations and at the same time points out the legal opportunities, risks and possible alternative courses of action. She accompanies restructurings in small and medium-sized enterprises. She advises on issues of works constitution law and drafts works council agreements.

Ulrike Kolb also represents executives and employees with commitment and competence on all questions of employment law, especially in situations of separation. She actively conducts out-of-court negotiations with employees and – if necessary – enforces her clients’ interests in dismissal protection proceedings.

Ulrike Kolb conducts training courses and seminars as a lecturer on labour law topics.

Ulrike Kolb was born in Berlin in 1973. After finishing school, she completed a vocational training as an electrician.

Ulrike Kolb studied law at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin from 1992 to 1997 and completed her legal apprenticeship at the Berlin Regional High Court from 1998 to 2000.

Ulrike Kolb has been admitted to the bar in Berlin in 2000 and is since then a member of the Weimann & Meyer team.

In 2004 she obtained her certification as a specialist attorney for labour law (Fachanwältin für Arbeitsrecht).

Ulrike Kolb is a member of the German and the Berlin Bar Associations.