Practice areas



About us


Jørgen advises on all aspects of labour and employment law, but takes a special interest in the following areas:

  • Employment issues of public authorities and privatised companies, including litigation before the courts, the Labour Court, industrial arbitration tribunals and other relevant fora
  • Legal investigations and inquiries for public authorities as well as private companies and organisations
  • Acting as an arbitrator in disputes
  • Advising the media and pharmaceutical sectors
  • Assisting foreign organisations with the labour and employment law aspects involved in setting up and doing business in Denmark
  • Administrative law cases in general

Practice areas

Employment law

Contracts, dismissals, changes to terms and conditions, post-termination restrictions, etc. We advise on all aspects of employment law

Public sector labour and employment law

A thorough understanding of how public sector labour and employment law interacts with public law is a prerequisite – together with a good measure of political insight – to advising clients in this area

Industrial relations

Collective agreements and industrial relations are the hallmark of the Danish labour market model

Legal investigations and inquiries

Legal investigations and inquiries are an important tool when companies, authorities or organisations have a need to uncover and assess a matter or course of events


Norrbom Vinding’s litigators are among the most skilled litigators in Denmark

Post-termination restrictions

Restrictions – the many challenges

International work

We have 1,500 ambassadors and partners worldwide

I recently

  • headed up the legal assessment based on the report of the Danish Tax Case Commission to illustrate whether professional misconduct had taken place in connection with the correspondence etc. between the authorities in question and the Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman
  • represented Falck before the Eastern High Court in a case concerning implementation of EU working time regulations
  • advised and represented Danish municipalities and Local Government Denmark (KL) in the cases which ended up in the Labour Court in the aftermath of the industrial dispute with the teachers' union in the spring of 2013
  • conducted investigations in the so-called “whistleblower case” for the Municipality of Copenhagen
  • represented the Capital Region of Denmark in linked cases on the European Court of Justice's ruling concerning the impact of the Toftegaard case on severance agreements for civil servants

Qualifications and experience

  1. 2007

    The Danish Society for Labour Law, board member

  2. 1998

    Norrbom Vinding, founder and partner

  3. 1997

    Right of audience in the Supreme Court

  4. 1995 – 2000

    Part-time lecturer in Labour Law, University of Copenhagen

  5. 1992

    London School of Economics, England, LLM

Member of International Bar Association (IBA), European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA) og XBHR (Global Forum for Cross-Border Human Resource Experts)