Who's Who Legal Labour & Employment 2019 Analysis
Labour & Employment
Kromann Reumert is home to one of Europe’s top employment lawyers in Marianne Granhøj, who wins plaudits for her superb ability on issues relating to the financial service sector. Sources call her “very knowledgeable".
Chambers Europe 2019
Marianne Granhøj earns particular praise for her advice on the implementation of remuneration plans, especially for senior executives. She also advises on collective and individual dismissals. Noting Granhøj's "insight into the whole Nordic market," one pleased client comments: "She has extensive experience within the field and is very business-oriented and pragmatic." Interviewees further highlight her dedicated follow-up on completed matters, saying: "She goes beyond what is expected."
Legal 500 2019
The department at Kromann Reumert is 'very competent and engaged' and provides 'to-the-point advice'. Key practitioners include Marianne Granhøj, who advised Gjensidige on its collective redundancy process.
Who's Who Legal, Thought Leaders Global Elite 2019
Labour and Employment
Marianne Granhøj has been recognized as a Thought Leader Global Elite for 2019 in Who’s Who Legal 2019 edition. The named Thought Leaders within their field are the listed global lawyers who obtained the highest number of nominations from peers, corporate counsel and other market sources in the most recent research cycle.
Chambers Europe 2018
Marianne Granhøj holds substantive expertise in advising clients from the financial sector, as well as handling matters involving cross-border transactions. A client describes her as somebody who tries to create a positive atmosphere and also provides "very thorough advice."
Legal 500 2017
Kromann Reumert’s ‘top’ practice often handles employment litigation and the personnel aspects of transactions. Clients recommend Marianne Granhøj.
Chambers Europe 2017
Marianne Granhøj frequently acts for clients in the financial sector and advises on executive incentive schemes as well as regulated collective agreements and internal investigations. She assisted FIH with the closure and sale of its banking activities, handling the collective bargaining process and issues related to executive management.
Who's Who Legal 2016 and 2017
Labour, Employment & Benefits
Marianne Granhøj is listed in Who’s Who Legal 2016 and 2017 among the most highly regarded individuals in the EMEA within Labour, Employment & Benefits: Marianne Granhøj focuses her practice on advising financial businesses and listed companies on employment terms and salary/incentive schemes for executive officers. She possesses a “sharp mind” and has a “diligent manner”.
Chambers Europe 2016
Marianne Granhøj is "excellent and very good at advising on bonus scheme matters," according to clients. She specialises in employment law issues arising in the financial sector in particular, and recently assisted the Pension Fund for Lawyers and Economists with the HR aspects of its activities.
Chambers Europe 2014
Sources comment that Marianne Granhøj has a "great international reputation" in employment matters. She has particular expertise in labour dispute mandates.
Legal 500 2014
Kromann Reumert’s ‘professional and competent’ five-partner practice handles transactional and standalone matters. Marianne Granhøj successfully represented Tvilum in a High Court case concerning the termination of an agency agreement.
Chambers Europe 2013
Commentators describe Marianne Granhøj as "very service-minded." She has considerable experience of advising on bonus and incentive schemes.
Who's Who Legal 100 2013
Management, Labour & Employment
Marianne Granhøj is listed in Who’s Who Legal 2013 among the world's 10 most highly regarded individuals within Management, Labour and Employment: "At Kromann Reumert in Copenhagen, Marianne Granhøj is an experienced employment litigator and "internationally renowned" for her abilities in this field"
Chambers Europe 2012
"Sources say Marianne Granhøj stands out as "a leading practitioner."
Who's Who 2013
"Marianne Granhøj is an “expert” at dispute resolution within the management labour and employment sector and has appeared before a range of different courts."