Lise Høy Falsner > Plesner > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
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Lise Høy Falsner
Employment and Labour Law,
Public Law (Constitutional Law and Administrative Law)
Lise Høy Falsner is a partner in our Employment and Labour Law team.
Lise has extensive experience with regard to employment and labour law and advises private, public, and semi-public businesses, including advice on restructurings, redundancies, collective agreement interpretation, working time regulations, EU law regulations, anti-discrimination rules, etc.
Her vast experience with regard to litigation and arbitration proceedings makes Lise a much sought-after attorney to conduct cases involving employment and labour law cases before the Danish High Courts, the Danish Supreme Court, the Labour Court, the Civil Servants’ Court, and before industrial arbitration tribunals.
Lise also gives advice with regard to public servants, including civil servants and civil service-type employees, conducts legal investigations regarding employee relations, and serves as arbitrator within employment and labour law.
Moreover, Lise has widespread teaching experience and is a popular lecturer with respect to courses and conferences on employment law.
Plesner‘s ‘stand-out’ employment team handles high-profile cross-border transactions and incentive programmes. The group is also actively expanding its insourcing and outsourcing services (with senior counsel Rasmus Høj Christensen playing a key role in this area) and remains strong in collective redundancy procedures, whistleblower schemes and the handling of personal data of employees. Lise Høy Falsner advises both listed and non-listed companies as well as public authorities on complex HR matters. In March 2021, former co-head Henriette Stakemann left the firm to an in-house role and later in 2021, Rasmus Høj Christensen departed to Gorrissen Federspiel, and in early 2022, Tina Brøgger Sørensen joined from Kromann Reumert to take over as team head.
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