Dr. Martin Hörtz

Attorney (Germany) | Specialist for labour law | Partner

Hörtz, Martin_GÖRG
Office Frankfurt am Main
Ulmenstrasse 30
Frankfurt am Main
+49 69 170000 27
mhoertz [at] goerg.de

Dr Martin Hörtz advises nationally and internationally active banks and companies in the area of employment law.

He specialises in the areas of remuneration law and in the FS sector.

More on labour and employment law: see also our restructuring blog Re.Work.



Dr Martin Hörtz and his team advise national and international companies on all issues of individual and collective labour law. He has particular experience in the areas of remuneration law, compliance & governance and supervisory law (e.g. MaRisk, Fit & Proper). 

Due to his many years of work as an employment law and remuneration expert (in the area of InstitutsVergV, Art 275 DVO, AIFM Directive) in various implementation projects as well as HR projects, Dr. Martin Hörtz has an in-depth understanding of processes, interface competence (also and in particular with the area of internal audit) and he is familiar with the regulatory requirements for organisational guidelines, sfO, etc. 

Current focal points of his work also include: Projects on the topic of job evaluation & job grouping, implementation of working time regulations, support in the introduction of diversity guidelines, support in the revision of the audit and documentation requirements of the key function holders.


Dr Martin Hörtz is a partner at GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB.

Before joining GÖRG, he worked as a local partner at a European commercial law firm and as a senior manager at a BIG 4 law firm.

After studying law at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Dr. Martin Hörtz completed his legal traineeship in Darmstadt. He then completed his doctorate at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz under Prof. Dr. Zopfs.

Dr Martin Hörtz was admitted to the bar in 2010. Since 2013, he has held the title of specialist lawyer for labour law.


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