NJORD – gateway to the Nordic region

Welcome to NJORD.

We are a law firm with a Nordic profile and a global mindset. Our primary market covers the Nordic/Baltic region and Northern Europe, in particular Germany. NJORD has 200 employees at five offices – in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius.

NJORD: Local Know How – Nordic Approach – Global Experience

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Events

Irish Stock Exchange at NJORD Law Firm

In an international context, Denmark is rather unique as many investment funds for private investors are admitted to trading on a regulated market. Yet investment funds for qualified investors or investment funds of limited ownership are traditionally admitted to trading on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE).

NJORD Law Firm invites you to participate in a presentation of ISE, its various markets and statistics as well as the opportunities that admission to listing on ISE may imply.

The event is held at NJORD Law Firm, Pilestræde 58, 1112 Copenhagen K.

On 30 May 2017 at 9.00-10.30 or 11.00-12.30.

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The potential of the Danish Data Center Industry

NJORD Law Firm is co-founder of, and our Partner, Ulrik Fleischer-Michaelsen, is a member of the board of the Danish Data Center Industry. We invite you to an interesting meeting regarding the potentials and challenges in connection with the development of Denmark’s new growth industry.

The event takes place at COWI Odense on Tuesday 30 May 2017.

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Latest news

The option and liability of cloud service – how to land risks

In case of processing personal data, meaning performing operations on personal data, , e.g. collecting, storing, using, etc., the person conducting it, may be a natural person or a legal person, if the person processes personal data or it is done on behalf of the person. Persons processing personal data are divided into a controller and a processor. When it comes to cloud services, the cloud service provider is usually a processor, who processes personal data on behalf of the controller

Management Board Member Agreements in Estonia

Management board members are often acting without any written agreement or by mistake by having an employment agreement instead of management board member service agreement. The Employment Contracts Act (§ 1 Section 5) states expressly that provisions concerning employment contracts shall not be applied to contracts of members of a directing body (management board or supervisory board of a company. Thus, the legislator does not see the management board member as a weaker party who needs to be protected.