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Marlene Winther Plas as more than 20 years’ experience in technology-related law. Marlene has in-depth knowledge of all major aspects of business law, including the legal and commercial challenges facing Danish and foreign enterprises. She is a qualified mediator and arbitrator and assists Danish as well as non-Danish enterprises and public authorities in the resolution of IT and commercial disputes.
Marlene assists clients in the negotiation and preparation of complex IT contracts (supply contracts and systems procurement for the private and public sectors), IT outsourcing, development projects and major technology transactions. Marlene also deals with dispute resolution and litigation regarding IT supplies. Marlene also has experience in data protection and data protection compliance projects and provides assistance to Danish and foreign enterprises and public authorities regarding compliance with data protection rules. Marlene is head of DLA Piper Denmark’s IPT team and in-house Data Protection Compliance team. Since 2001, Marlene has been involved in political and professional activities within the legal sector. In 2008, she assisted in establishing the Association of Danish Law Firms and was vice-chairman until 2016; she also sat on the Committee of the Association of Danish IT Attorneys for a number of years.