Also this year, Norrbom Vinding is recognised as a top ranked firm by Chambers Europe within the area of labour and employment law and is still described as Denmark’s ”Employment Powerhouse”.
Jørgen Vinding is – as the only Danish lawyer – ranked as an ”Eminent Practitioner” within labour and employment law.
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.
The full ranking text can be read below:
What the team is known for
Employment powerhouse with practitioners specialised in all areas of labour law. Advises public sector clients on discrimination cases and investigations into employee misconduct. Handles collective redundancies arising from restructuring processes. Advises employers on the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements with trade unions, contract negotiations and plan implementation. Also assists with disputes, including arbitration proceedings.
Sources highlight that the firm's lawyers "know the field very well and always offer very strict legal advice followed by a recommendation on how to move on in a case."
Sources also appreciate that the firm's lawyers are "always available at short notice, understand their clients and their wishes, and are willing to be flexible."
Successfully represented the Municipality of Billund against a claim that its dismissal of an employee contravened anti-discrimination legislation.
Christian Clasen advises clients across employment and immigration law issues, including collective bargaining and class actions. Clients praise him, highlighting that he "understands the business, answers fast and has excellent skills in labour law. They also note that he is "very bright and nice to work with."
Jørgen Vinding advises on employment investigations, arbitration proceedings and collective bargaining negotiations, representing both public and private sector clients.
Yvonne Frederiksen assists clients with collective bargaining schemes, discrimination disputes and employment transfers. She is described as "strong in immigration," and sources say: "She has the cases and she does a good job."
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