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15 October 2021

The Court of Justice of the European Union states that Subsidiaries may be liable for Parent Company infringement of Competition Law

8 October 2021

Issuer’s Disclosure and Reporting Obligations

6 October 2021

Moalem Weitemeyer leaps to the Top 3 in the Mergermarket Legal Advisor League Tables in Q3 2021

1 October 2021

New Decision from the Eastern High Court regarding MgO Boards

24 September 2021

Earmarked Paternity Leave

23 September 2021

New Regulation on Export of EU Dual-Use Products Enters into Force

17 September 2021

New Decision From The Danish Supreme Court on the Period Within Which Notice Must Be Given For Hidden Defects Upon the Tenant’s Vacation of the Premises

9 September 2021

The Delaware Flip

2 September 2021

The European Comission has submitted a revised Draft of the vertical Block Exemption Legislation and vertical Guidelines

2 September 2021

Happy Rosh Hashanah!

21 January 2021

New Requirement for large and listed Companies to report on their Data Ethics Policies

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As of 1 January 2021, all large and listed companies and state-owned public limited companies are obligated to report on their data ethics policies (in Danish: Politik for dataetik). Such reporting must be included in the annual reports, or alternatively published on the company websites. If a company has not implemented a data ethics policy, the annual report must include a description of the reason why such a policy has not been implemented.

The purpose of this requirement is to provide transparency in the companies’ work with data ethics and to encourage companies to take responsibility and make efforts to ensure good data ethics.

It is expected that data ethics will become a competitive resource for Danish companies, as the reporting obligation makes it possible for business partners, customers and investors to gain insight into the companies’ focus on and levels of data ethics

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