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IUNO | Denmark | 6 Jan 2014

Shipyard was entitled to exercise possessory lien

During the rebuilding of a ship, the shipowner terminated the rebuilding agreement. The shipyard responsible for the rebuilding raised a claim

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IUNO | Norway | 18 Dec 2013

Claim against shipowner for damages due to delay was time-barred

A German charterer fixed a charter with a Norwegian shipowner to conduct a carriage of aluminum hydroxide from Brazil to Norway. When the ship

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IUNO | Denmark | 9 Dec 2013

Review of the Danish Financial Statements Act

The new parliamentary year is not being wasted; the day after the opening of the Danish Parliament the Minister of Business and Growth presented a

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IUNO | Denmark | 4 Dec 2013

Employees under 18 may be paid lower wages than adults

The Danish Supreme Court has recently ruled that it was not a violation of Danish law for an employer to pay an employee under 18 less than the adult

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IUNO | Denmark | 2 Dec 2013

English road carrier escaped Danish law suit

A Danish shipper took legal proceedings against a Danish freight forwarder before the Danish courts because of a damage, which occurred during

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IUNO | Denmark | 18 Nov 2013

Shipping lines were not liable for terminating long lasting cooperation

Two shipping lines terminated a long lasting cooperation with a shipping company after their primary contact person in the shipping company started

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IUNO | Denmark | 11 Nov 2013

Corporate governance recommendations: companies are to increase interaction with shareholders

The Committee on Corporate Governance has recently published its revised recommendations which focus on companies' value creation and the board's

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IUNO | Denmark | 11 Nov 2013

Claim time-barred despite reassurance from contractor

An employer noticed defects in renovation works, but did not organise an expert survey until four years later and did not commence arbitration

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IUNO | Denmark | 11 Nov 2013

Supreme Court permitted the arrest of a ship even though the owner was not liable for damages

The ship, Sea Endeavour I damaged the Port of Assens in a collision, and the Port Authority claimed damages. The Port Authority was entitled to

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IUNO | Denmark | 11 Nov 2013

May an employer read employees’ text messages?

While the courts have decided several cases about employers' right to read employees' e-mails, it is still unclear what applies to e-mails or text

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