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14 October 2022

The Top 3 Dispute Risk Areas for Organizations in 2022

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At Moalem Weitemeyer, we have taken a closer look at risk areas in litigation, and our assessment is that cybersecurity, data protection, and ESG will become some of the biggest risk areas in litigation that companies in Denmark and globally will be faced with going forward.

Cybersecurity, data protection, and ESG disputes will all pose significant risks to businesses: the risk of reputational damage, the risk of regulatory conflict, and the risk of global impact.

As the 3 areas become more complex, greater demands are placed on individual companies to prevent and manage these risks. Thus, in an increasingly globalized world, the same global dispute trends and risks apply to organizations and companies in Denmark.

Thomas Weitemeyer

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