Ryanair challenges the Danish model
Employment and labour law 20.11.2015“A rose by any other name..”, in this case the Danish model for labour market regulation, which is also known as the “flexicurity model”, is a tripartite model that regulates a free yet still controlled relationship between employers, workers and the state. The main objective is to secure rights for both the worker and the employer, whilst the state benefits from this delegation of power as the market becomes more flexible that way.
The World Bank: Denmark is best in Europe for setting up and doing business
Company law 20.11.2015In October the World Bank published its international report “Doing Business” on the ease with which one may start and run a business in a given country. The report covers 189 countries ranked according to 11 indicators. “Doing Business” is widely quoted and well-known among investors.
New Danish government wishes to create better conditions and more growth for the business community
Company law Tax 20.11.2015In June 2015, the Danes elected a new government and, according to the new coalition agreement, the new liberal government focuses on improving conditions for family-owned and management-owned businesses as well as on creating growth in the business community.
Companies have to inform consumers about their right to appeal
Company law 27.10.2015On 1 October 2015, a new consumer complaint board was set up in Denmark. From this day, consumers have the opportunity to file a complaint (almost) no matter what type of business it concerns.
The Safe Harbour agreement with the US has been declared invalid
Personal data protection 08.10.2015Tuesday, the European Court of Justice declared the so-called “Safe Harbour agreement” invalid, and thereby removed the authority for many thousands of companies transferring personal data from the EU to the USA.