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DAMPFÆRGEVEJ 26, 2100 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Tel:
Work +45 35 25 39 40
Fax:
Fax +45 35 25 39 50
Email:
Web:
www.norrbomvinding.com
Norrbom Vinding, Yvonne Frederiksen, Copenhagen, DENMARK

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Yvonne Frederiksen

Tel:
Work 0045 35253940
Email:
Web:
www.norrbomvinding.com
Norrbom Vinding

Position

Partner

Career

Yvonne advises on all aspects of labour and employment law, but her areas of special expertise are discrimination (including advising clients on how to avoid and defend discrimination claims), all types of incentives, industrial relations (including collective bargaining and dispute resolution) and health and safety. Yvonne has extensive experience in litigation, particularly discrimination litigation, and has represented a number of employers in cases before the Danish Supreme Court and the ECJ. For example, Yvonne is representing the employer in the so-called “obesity case” which was decided by the ECJ on 14 December 2014 (C-354/13, Kaltoft).

Languages

English, Scandinavian languages

Member

Member of the committee on procedural law under the Council of the Danish Bar and Law Society, Chair of the Ius Laboris Expert Group on Discrimination, member of the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA), member of the International Bar Association (IBA) and member of the Danish Society for Labour Law


Denmark

Employment

Within: Leading individuals

Yvonne Frederiksen - Norrbom Vinding

Within: Employment

Employment boutique Norrbom Vinding has 'an exceptionally high service level' thanks to a very responsive' team led by managing partner Jørgen Vinding, who is noted for his expertise in employment litigation and investigations. Vinding recently advised the Capital Region of Denmark on an investigation into the alleged gross misconduct of an executive during a tender process. Other key mandates include discrimination and international relations expert Yvonne Frederiksen assisting CityJet with the renewal of its collective bargaining agreements with its pilots and cabin crew, cross-border specialist Morten Langer advising the Danish Football Association on its agreements with the players’ union relating to the women’s national team and the under-21 team, and Christian K. Clasen representing the SAS Group in a class action brought by retired cabin attendants relating to monthly pension supplements.

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