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4 May 2022

The Danish news media K-news has brought an article about Moalem Weitemeyer's recent 25% salary raise and improved bonus arrangements

29 April 2022

Moalem Weitemeyer has lifted all salaries with 25 % in addition to the firm's market-leading bonus

28 April 2022

New EU Legislation to make the Internet a safer Space for Users

24 April 2022

New Opportunities for foreign Shareholders to vote at General Meetings of Danish listed Companies

20 April 2022

New Legislation on stricter Requirements for Target Figures and Policies for the Underrepresented Gender

12 April 2022

The Legal 500 ranks Moalem Weitemeyer as a Top Tier Law Firm

12 April 2022

Moalem Weitemeyer takes biggest leap  in the Q122 League Tables' Danish Top 5

8 April 2022

CIP Fonden - a new ‘think-and-do tank’ for a more sustainable Denmark

5 April 2022

Partner Pernille Nørkær is a Female Role Model

2 April 2022

Ramadan Mubarak to our Muslim friends around the world!

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

Pernille Nørkær

Partner

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Sarah Veje Rasmussen

Senior Associate

+45 30 37 96 62

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