Norrbom Vinding given top ranking by Chambers Europe 2023
Also this year, Norrbom Vinding is recognised as a top tier firm by Chambers Europe within the field of labour and employment law: ”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. This year is the 17th time that Chambers Europe assesses Norrbom Vinding, and we are thus among the law firms that have been ranked from the very beginning within labour and employment law in Denmark.
Also, we are proud that Chambers Europe has received the following feedback from our clients in their research process: “It doesn’t get any better in labour law than Norrbom Vinding. The lawyers have deep knowledge in every corner of employment law, and you never have to wait for answers” and “Norrbom Vinding are extremely good at handling complex matters, always with both a legal and a business approach. The law firm is second to none in its field of expertise“.
In addition to ranking Norrbom Vinding as a leading law firm in Band 1, Yvonne Frederiksen, Christian K. Clasen and Jørgen Vinding are rated as ”Notable Practitioners”.
The full ranking for Norrbom Vinding can be read here
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