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22 May 2023

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive and M&A Due Diligence

17 May 2023

Guidelines on Disclosure of Inside Information relating to Changes in Management

16 May 2023

New Ruling by the Eastern High Court of Denmark re. Time-barring of Tenants' Pre-Emption Rights

12 May 2023

The new Rules on Employer's Obligation to inform Employees of the Conditions applicable to the Employment Relationship and certain Working Conditions

10 May 2023

New Property Tax Act coming soon

9 May 2023

New Guidance from the Danish Business Authority on Companies’ Indemnification of Management and Board

1 May 2023

Simplification of EU Merger Control Filing Procedures

25 April 2023

Member States Access of Blocking Foreign Investments

17 April 2023

Pilot Regime for use of Distributed Ledger Technology in Capital Market Infrastructures

14 April 2023

New Rules on Sexual Harassment

22 March 2023

Ramadan Mubarak!

Ramadan Mubarak to all our Muslim colleagues and friends around the world!

The month of Ramadan is a special time for many Muslims. It's a time of reflection, for prayer, for kindness and consideration for others. 

“As most people know, Ramadan is about abstaining from food and water from sunrise to sunset, but more importantly, it is a time to be kind and generous with others, and personally for me to reflect daily on my actions to become a better person than I was yesterday. While such reflections are not reserved for Ramadan, I use this time as a stepping stone for the coming year to improve myself spiritually, which also has direct impact on the way I conduft myself," says Associate Kadir Kurt and continues:

"I have always experienced curiosity and support from my colleagues and the management at Moalem Weitemeyer about Ramadan, which I greatly appreciate. The human body is unique, and this is also the case during Ramadan. I personally experience the first week to be the hardest as the body adapts to being in a fasting state but after that, it begins to distribute resources accordingly, and that gives me a sense of renewed energy.” 

At Moalem Weitemeyer, we recognize others for what matters to them. We celebrate our different backgrounds and believe that there is much to learn from eachother. Ramadan Mubarak!