What the team is known for
Highly experienced team recognised for its extensive employment law practice. Notable skill in employment dispute resolution, representing clients in litigation and arbitration proceedings. Stands out for work on highlight mandates on behalf of public sector clients, including disputes with trade unions over the safety implications of driver-only operated trains or the introduction of flexible contracts for hospital workers. Advises on the employment law aspects of corporate mergers, acquisitions and restructurings. Areas of further expertise include incentive schemes, mass redundancies and internal investigations.
One client notes: "The team is knowledgeable, responsive and very pragmatic, with excellent expertise in a broad range of practice areas." The same client goes on to say: "The team has solid legal and business knowledge and excellent communication skills in several languages."
Another client reports that "the team delivers high-end quality in terms of resources and knowledge," adding: "The lawyers are diligent and innovative."
Acted for RLTN - Danske Regioner on an industrial arbitration case regarding the alteration of head doctors' working conditions.
Clients describe Lise Lauridsen as "commercially aware, effective and quick to understand our needs." Sheis often instructed on non-contentious employment issues such as employee transfers or the design of incentive schemes, including within the context of corporate acquisitions. She also earns praise for her handling of employment disputes. One impressed client says: "She is knowledgeable and to the point," while another states: "She finds solutions that work in real life."
Noted by interviewees for his handling of both contentious and non-contentious employment law issues, Morten Ulrich is considered by clients to be "very knowledgeable, experienced and able to simplify complex matters." Another client finds him to be an "incredibly skilled lawyer with very sound judgement." Ulrich represented state-owned train operator DSB in a case before the Eastern High Court through which the Danish railway workers' union sought an injunction against the single-person operation of trains.