In many cases, labour and employment law issues cannot be assessed only from a labour and employment law perspective.
To a large extent, and increasingly so, it is necessary to also consider the multitude of complicated tax and social security issues which exists in labour and employment law.
In order to be able to handle and solve a given problem in the best way possible, it is often important to make a combined assessment of the labour and employment law aspects and the tax and social security law aspects instead of making separate assessments of the two legal areas.
Among other things, we advise on benefits, share-based pay and other incentive pay and tax in connection with expatriation and repatriation, and we represent our clients before the Danish National Tax Tribunal and before the courts.
With regard to social security, we also advise on the many issues of importance to whether an employee is subject to Danish or foreign social security and on the contractual regulation which may be necessary for an employer to avoid incurring large expenses for social security abroad.
we advise on all tax law issues involved in our labour and employment law advice
As regards pensions – and in tandem with the growth of labour market pension schemes, the growth of corporate pension schemes and not least the increased focus on pension promises in general – the need for our advice has increased and we have seen a significant increase in the number of clients turning to us for advice or representation in court.
We advise on matters relating to pension funds, pension cover, interpretation of pension promises and pension schemes, including labour market pension schemes. We also advise on pension issues in the context of dismissals, expatriation and repatriation as well as in connection with changes – and especially on tax-related pension issues.