Norrbom Vinding given top ranking by Chambers Europe 2022
Also this year, Norrbom Vinding is recognised as a top tier firm by Chambers Europe within the field of labour and employment law, stating that ”Norrbom Vinding remains an employment powerhouse”.
The Chambers Europe guide is published once a year and provides an analysis and assessment of the European legal markets based on interviews with and feedback from clients and competitors.
In addition to ranking Norrbom Vinding as a leading law firm in Band 1, Partners Yvonne Frederiksen, Christian K. Clasen and Jørgen Vinding are individually ranked in the Chambers Europe guide, and Jørgen Vinding is – as the only lawyer in Denmark – regarded as an ”Eminent Practitioner” within labour and employment law.
A draft bill to simplify certain occupational schemes under the Aliens Act – including the requirement for a Danish bank account – has been sent out for consultation. The rules are expected to take effect on 1 July 2024.
The bill, which introduces a requirement for registration of working time for each individual employee and provides the opportunity to derogate from the 48-hour rule for certain employees, has been adopted.
Ius Laboris recently received the prestigious Global Network of the Year award at The Lawyer European Awards 2023.
The long-awaited bill, which introduces a requirement for registration of working time for each individual employee and provides the opportunity to derogate from the 48-hour rule for certain employee groups, has been submitted to the Parliament. The effective date has been postponed to 1 July 2024.
In a new article, Ius Laboris takes a closer look at the issue of whether employers can monitor employees’ social media posts.
On the first Tuesday of October, the parliamentary year kicked off and, as usual, the Government announced its legislative programme for the parliamentary year 2023/2024.