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Tina advises in all aspects of employment and data protection law. She has considerable experience in advising on discrimination matters and has appeared before the European Court of Justice in a case concerning age discrimination. She also has considerable legal expertise on business transfers and initial public offerings, and redundancies in connection with restructurings, etc. She advises on the terms of employment for executives.
Tina is head of Kromann Reumert's Personal data and whistleblower schemes practice group and is an internationally Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E). She is widely engaged in the preparation and implementation of data protection initiatives and documents. This includes preparation of data protection policies, procedures, guidelines, and assessments in relation to GDPR-related obligations such as records of processing activities and data protection impact assessments, employee training, advice on matters related to customer profiling and location data, and assistance in communicating with the Danish Data Protection Agency.
Tina has considerable experience in advising employers on discrimination issues, dismissals in connection with restructurings, rationalizations or business closures, and on senior management issues.
Tina became a partner in January 2011.
Member of IBA, EELA, the Danish Association of Labour and Employment Lawyers, the Danish Association for Labour Law.