Norrbom Vinding offers a variety of seminars and courses on all aspects of labour and employment law.

Please see the Danish website for our current events in Danish. We also provide seminars and courses in English on a regular basis. Please contact us at info@norrbomvinding.com if you want to know more.

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  • The Danish Appeals Permission Board has granted permission to appeal a judgment from the Danish ‎Eastern High Court on the scope of the dismissal protection of health and safety representatives under ‎the Danish Working Environment Act.

    2. Mar 2017

  • Employers do not need to take into account an off-sick employee's offer to return to work on a part-time ‎basis when calculating the 120 days of sickness absence, according to the Danish Eastern High Court in its ‎judgment from November 2016. A permission to appeal to the third instance has now been granted, and ‎the case will therefore come before the Danish Supreme Court.‎

    27. Feb 2017

  • In the wake of the Safe Harbor case – where the Safe Harbor agreement was ruled invalid – it is now the ‎EU Commission's standard contractual clauses that are in the firing line.

    27. Feb 2017

  • The Danish Supreme Court has ruled that the Danish State may have incurred liability by failing to act ‎sufficiently swiftly to amend the Danish Holiday Act to align it with EU law.‎

    1. Feb 2017

  • The annual pay threshold that must be met to apply for a residence permit under the annual pay ‎threshold scheme has now been adjusted to DKK 408,000 (approx. EUR 55,000) with effect from 1 January ‎‎2017.‎

    1. Feb 2017

  • The attractive 26% specialist tax regime has been amended with effect from 1 January 2017 to also ‎include employees living in Denmark although part of their salary is taxable in another country.‎

    25. Jan 2017

  • The Danish Parliament has now passed the Bill to amend the Danish Working Environment Act in order ‎to increase efficiency in the health and safety area.‎

    25. Jan 2017

  • As there was only slightly more employees aged +50 among those who had been made redundant, the ‎Danish Board of Equal Treatment did not find any reason to believe that age had been a factor in the ‎selection criteria.‎

    16. Jan 2017

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