We are traditional in the sense that we always put our clients’ interests first and that we ensure that our advice is based on deep knowledge, experience, a high sense of integrity and a strong personal commitment. We are motivated by a profound and genuine interest in our fields of law, something which we believe is essential to providing specialised business law on the highest level. Large companies and public authorities are increasingly retaining specialist law firms for their most crucial matters – simply because they are seeking for the best legal advisors for a particular matter. We also understand that the day-to-day business of our clients is ever-changing and often influenced by different – and sometimes irreconcilable – interests, demands and goals. We meet these challenges with a dynamic working method, responsiveness and a proactive approach. This has so far led to close cooperation and many longstanding client relationships. It is within this environment that we are able to achieve successful results for our clients.
IT-related law and commercial contracts
There are few types of transactions that are as strategically important and legally complex as outsourcing, regardless of if the transaction involves a transfer of business operations (first generation outsourcing), renegotiation or transferring the services to a new supplier. In principle, outsourcing is always vital to operations and imposes rigorous and specific requirements as to how the transaction is structured and prepared.
Data protection issues are of relevance to all companies and public authorities. The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) places onerous requirements as to the processing of personal data. The consequences of infringing the GDPR are severe and it is essential to develop and implement an elaborate data protection regime. Our data protection team is one of the most experienced and senior data protection teams in Scandinavia.
Dispute resolution public contracts and commercial administrative procedure
We assist our clients in disputes based on public contracts, i.e. agreements between public authorities and private parties. Businesses and public authorities often have different perspectives and expectations on contractual relations and this may lead to misunderstandings and disagreements. Sometimes such disagreements can be resolved through negotiation or mediation, but in some instances legal proceedings cannot be avoided. We represent both businesses and public authorities in negotiations, conciliation proceedings and court cases.
In order to offer our clients the best possible advice within our specialist areas, we are regularly seeking to recruit new personnel who share our interest and commitment in these areas.
You should have worked for one or several years at a law firm or in another advisory capacity, at a public authority or a court, and have experience in at least one of our specialist areas. We also require extremely good academic qualifications.
As a person, you have a very high capacity for work and can successfully handle stress. You should also be curious, diligent, committed, and not concerned with personal prestige.
Those who meet our exacting standards have the possibility of becoming part of our team. We offer an exciting time in a pleasant work environment, with good prospects and employment conditions.
If you possess the commitment and drive to become truly skilled within our specialist areas, you are welcome to submit an application to firstname.lastname@example.org, and, if you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Johan Kahn (tel. +46 720-50 92 21) or Kristian Pedersen (tel. +46 720-50 92 22).