Amerika Plads 37,
Tel: +45 36 94 13 41
Fax: +45 33 12 00 14
Tina Reissmann is the head of the practice area Employment and Labour Law. She has extensive experience in the area and provides advice to Danish and interna-tional businesses on all aspects of employment and labour law, including reorganisa-tion, outsourcing, collective dismissals, harmonisation of employment conditions, business acquisitions as well as the hiring and dismissal of managers and execu-tives.
Tina focuses in particular on international shutdowns of businesses and she has extensive experience in advising international groups on shutdowns of their Danish activities.
Tina has extensive litigation experience, including litigation in respect of option schemes and anti-competitive agreements. For more than 10 years she has had a right of audience before the Danish Supreme Court, where she has conducted a number of leading cases. Tina is also an arbitrator.
Tina is a popular lecturer at courses and conferences in Denmark and abroad.
Employment Law Practice:
It is important for an employer to know the restrictions that apply to his or her room for manoeuvre in an employment relationship and it has not become any easier due to the increasing regulation of the legal relationship between the employer and the employee that has taken place.
Plesner’s labour and employment law department provides advice on all aspects of labour and employment law. We assist our clients with specialist advice, focusing on providing solution-oriented advice that enables our clients to act quickly, efficiently and legally correct when faced with big or small challenges.
We particularly provide legal services to Danish and international businesses, but we also provide legal services to public authorities, institutions and individuals, including managers and executives in particular.
Flexible types of employment
Not only are we very experienced in providing advice on traditional employment issues between the employer and the employee, we also advise on the more flexible types of employment that have evolved as the need for flexibility has increased. Some examples are fixed-term employment, part-time employment, secondment/hiring-out of employees, consultancy issues and teleworking.