Norrbom Vinding is given top grades by Legal 500 in 2022
The Legal 500 recently published its 2022 analysis of the legal market in Denmark, including firms and individual lawyers in the area of labour and employment law.
Also this year, Norrbom Vinding is ranked as a Tier 1 firm. Yvonne Frederiksen and Jørgen Vinding are placed in the top category ”Hall of Fame”, and Christian K. Clasen is ranked as a “Leading Individual”. In addition, Yvonne Frederiksen, Christian K. Clasen, Søren Skjerbek, Torben Mølgaard Hededal and Rikke Falk Dambo are described as key lawyers.
The full ranking can be read here.
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