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By Bech Bruun
A large number of companies are unaware of their obligation to comply with the Danish Data Protection Act and the EU Cookie Directive when handling the vast amounts of personal data generated through users' download and use of apps.
By Arne Riis
The European Court of Justice recently ruled that the Danish rules entailing an immediate levy of exit taxes on and collection of such taxes from corporate taxpayers when assets and liabilities are transferred cross border constitute an infringement of EU freedom rights.
By Mogens Vestergaard
On 16 September 2011, President Obama signed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act after its adoption by both chambers of Congress.
By William Sejr-Sørensen, Maj-Britt Klemp
A recent audit by the Danish tax authorities found that 82 percent of the employees of an unlisted Danish company that had granted employees shares under the Danish employee share taxation regime failed to include capital gains on employee shares sold during the last three years in their taxable income on their annual tax returns.
By Lisbet Andersen
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has announced that it expects the expansion of generic top level domains (gTLDs) to be ready in 2011.
By Anders Reitz, Jette Ronoe
Over the past few years, US and multinational corporations have invested heavily in assuring compliance with the stringent demands of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
By Anders Reitz
The most important statute in Danish employment law is the Salaried Employees Act. Usually, the act applies to employees who are subject to instructions from management. A similar criterion applies to a number of other employment law statutes.