Jon Lauritzen

Partner, Attorney Copenhagen
Business area
  • Employment and labour law
  • It law
  • Commercial Law / Corporate
  • Tax
Foreign language
  • English
Right of audience
  • Supreme Court, 2011

Jon is an experienced advisor within general commercial law and is a highly experienced advisor within legal issues related to employment law, tax law and it law. As regards employment law, Jon is engaged within all areas of relevance to employers within the private and public authority sectors, and he also renders advice to employees.

Jon is recommended in the Legal 500, 2018, in the areas of 'Employment', 'Information Technology' and 'Tax':

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms


"Very good’ DELACOUR welcomed ‘extremely competent’ new practice head Jon Lauritzen from now defunct Brandt & Lauritzen. Areas of expertise for the two-partner team are unfair dismissals, incentive schemes and data protection. The client roster includes AstraZeneca, Sanofi and Hugo Games.

Information Technology
DELACOUR regularly advises on data protection and cloud computing issues and handles IT litigation. Representative clients include PDC, BMW Financial Services and GlobeTeam.

Noted for its ‘proactivity’, DELACOUR handles transactional tax matters as well as tax litigation, with particular experience in transfer pricing matters. 

In 2016, Jon was appointed to sit on the commission committed to investigate the handling by the Danish police of the activists during the Chinese president’s visit to Denmark. Jon was further an assessor of the Danish Tax Commission and the Stateless Commission.


Jon is a much applied teacher of employment law, personal data and marketing law, and further provides courses to both private and public enterprises.

Jon has been an external lecturer of tax law with the University of Southern Denmark. He has a particular interest in tax litigation before the courts as well as the linking of tax matters and employment law.

Admitted, 2001

Positions of trust

  • Sven Wewers Foundation