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Privacy law and General Data and Protection Rights
With over twenty years of experience as a lawyer Lenth has extensive experience within the employment law practice area, data privacy law and GDPR. His expertise has gained him recognition by the international ranking bureaus the Legal 500 and Chambers Europe.
Lenth advises in various matters such as restructuring and reorganization, business transfers, employment termination and dismissals, non-compete and restrictive covenants, temporary staffing procedures, termination agreement negotiations, as well as working environment conditions. Working environment conditions include whisteblowing cases and internal investigations. Lenth also has experience from the Norwegian courts and the Court of Arbitration.
The Norwegian Bar Association
Norwegian Association for law and computer science
Editor and Co-author of Arbeidsrett.no, kommentarutgave til ny arbeidsmiljølov (www.arbeidsrett.no) which is a commentary to the Norwegian Working Environment Act, for practitioners
Co-author of “Konkurransebegrensninger i arbeidsforhold”, Universitetsforlaget 2016, which details restrictive covenants in employment relationships, for practitioners.
Co-author of Personopplysningsloven – en håndbok, Kommuneforlaget i 2000, which is a legal presentation of the former Norwegian Data Privacy Act, for practitioners.
Research dissertation at The University of Oslo: “Adgangen til å behandle personopplysninger,” Institute for Legal Science, Complex 2/2000