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4 May 2020

Summary Dismissal of an Employee, who was also an Employee Representative, for disclosing confidential Information to an Expert in Connection with an Assessment of the Employer’s Share Price was not reasonably justified

A former employee at NKT Photonics, who was also an employee representative in NKT Photonics’ parent company NKT, was summarily dismissed due to his disclosure of confidential information concerning the employer’s order books to an impartial expert appointed by a court. The expert was appointed by the court in a case where the employer’s share price was being assessed. The city court and now also the Danish Eastern High Court have ruled that the summary dismissal was not reasonably justified.

Pernille Nørkær

Partner

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Poul Guo (Quach)/郭保罗

Senior Associate

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Louise Normann Dolmer

Associate

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