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Kammeradvokaten / Poul Schmith

VESTER FARIMAGSGADE 23, 1606 COPENHAGEN V, DENMARK
Tel:
Work +45 33 15 20 10
Web:
en.kammeradvokaten.dk/
Aarhus, Copenhagen
Kammeradvokaten / Poul Schmith, Niels Banke, Copenhagen, DENMARK

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Niels Banke

Tel:
Work + 45 25 43 03 07
Email:
Kammeradvokaten / Poul Schmith

Work Department

Niels Banke provides all kinds of advice to private and public clients on labour and employment law. In this connection, Niels conducts cases before the Supreme Court, the Danish Labour Court, the European Court of Justice, the Civil Servants' Court and in the industrial arbitration system. Niels also provides advice on employment law issues related to public procurement in the EU, including the problems caused by the Danish Act on the Transfer of Undertakings. Niels Banke is a qualified arbitrator having completed the Danish Bar and Law Society’s Arbitrator Training.

Position

Partner, Attorney

Career

2011 -
Member of the Executive Committee of Kammeradvokaten/ Poul Schmith

2006
Partner, Kammeradvokaten/ Poul Schmith

1996 -
Kammeradvokaten/ Poul Schmith

Languages

Danish
English

Member

Member of The Association of Danish Law Firms' employment law committee, the Danish Society of Labour Law, the Danish Employment Lawyers and EELA.

Education

1996
Master of law, University of Copenhagen

1991
HA (BSc in Economics and Business Administration)


Denmark

Employment

Within: Employment

Regularly handling large-scale employment matters for the government and public sector, Kammeradvokaten / Poul Schmith is noted for its ‘high quality’. The group defended the University College of Northern Denmark in a dismissal case brought by the union Krifa; and the Ministry of Taxation in an arbitration regarding holiday entitlement during the notice period. Niels Banke heads the department that includes ‘brilliant’ Lene Damkjær Christensen.

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