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By Peter Appel
Extract from presentation on 11 June 2015 by Peter Appel at AIDA 2015 European Conference in Copenhagen.
By Camilla Collet, Lisa Bach, Bitten Elizabeth Hansen
In recent years, the focus on bribery and corruption has increased – not only in the press but also among the local governments, public authorities and international organisations.
By Jacob Sand
By Act no 480 of 12 June 2009 the Danish Parliament enacted a number of amendments to the Danish Sickness Benefits Act. To employers, the following new regulations are particularly relevant:
By Jacob Sand
The Danish Supreme Court has delivered its judgment in the case regarding the passing on of information by an employee representative that the board of directors of RealDanmark had decided to commence negotiations with Danske Bank concerning a merger.
By Jacob Sand, Nina Wedsted
The past year has seen not only the adoption of an important amendment to the legislation governing employees’ illness but also the passing of a number of essential judgments concerning illness and disability.
By Jacob Sand, Nicolai Hesgaard
On 12 June 2008 the Danish Parliament (Folketinget), passed a bill on non-solicitation clauses (the Act). The Act came into effect on 1 July 2008.