Kromann Reumert is the leading law firm in Denmark with offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus and London.
We employ a team of almost 550 dedicated people, who work together to provide quality services for our clients. Currently, our employees include around 300 lawyers covering a long list of practice areas.
The vast majority of Kromann Reumert’s lawyers are qualified Danish lawyers, but we also have lawyers qualified to practice in other jurisdictions.
Our foreign-qualified lawyers practice under the legal titles conferred by their home jurisdictions, as indicated by our lawyer profiles. See profiles for all of Kromann Reumert's lawyers.
Kromann Reumert's legal advice is practical, relevant and individually tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. We believe that the best advice is achieved by working in close cooperation with our clients and developing a thorough knowledge of their business. A collaborative approach enables us to provide workable, operational and value-adding solutions for both the short and long term.
Our global outlook
Kromann Reumert is Denmark’s only member of the worldwide Lex Mundi association, an extensive international network of 160 premier and independent law firms comprising more than 20,000 lawyers from around the globe. Our membership has helped us to develop strong and effective relations with leading law firms on every continent.
For our clients, the benefits include high-quality multi-jurisdictional advice and unique access to a range of specialists in almost every part of the world. At the same time, our contacts help us stay abreast of the latest international trends, including those that may extend to Denmark.
Kromann Reumert is the result of a merger in 2000 between Kromann & Münter and Reumert & Partners.
Our office in London
Kromann Reumert is the only Danish law firm with an office in London. We have been present in the UK capital city for more than 25 years. Our strong representation in London combined with our many connections in UK law firms, government agencies, banks, private equity funds and NGOs give us a unique position to simplify business procedures and transactions between the UK and Denmark, regardless of the direction of the transaction.
We are based in the heart of London, right next to St Paul's Cathedral. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to meet us and hear what we can do for you and your company.
In some situations, Kromann Reumert will use and record certain personal data about you. We may do so, for example, when you visit our website, when you sign up for one of our events, when your business becomes a client of ours, or in the performance of our legal advisory services.
In most situations Kromann Reumert will be the controller of those data. This will be the case, for example, where personal data are processed in our day-to-day business activities, legal work and advisory services to our clients. Accordingly, only in the context of very specific services, like debt recovery services or administration of whistleblower schemes, or if we use IT tools to prepare or store documents on our clients’ behalf (as in contract management services, for example) are we required to conclude a data processing agreement with our clients.
Below are some more details on when and how we may collect and use your personal data.
Website - Kromann Reumert will process personal data about you when you visit our website, www.kromannreumert.com
Client relations - Kromann Reumert will process personal data about you as part of cultivating or establishing of a client relationship
Legal advice and insolvency proceedings - Kromann Reumert will process personal data about you in the performance of our legal advisory services
Data processor - In the performance of our services Kromann Reumert will be processing personal data on behalf of our clients and is therefore, by definition, a data processor
Your rights as a data subject
As a data subject you have a number of rights available to you, which you may exercise by contacting Tina Brøgger Sørensen. You have the right to request information about what personal data about you we are processing and to receive a copy of the data. You also have the right to object to our processing of personal data about you, to request rectification or erasure of any personal data about you which you believe are incorrect, outdated, etc., and you can request a restriction of our processing of personal data about you. For some of these rights, e.g. the right to erasure, exercising them requires satisfaction of certain concrete conditions set by data protection law.
Another right of yours as a data subject is the right to data portability - again, subject to fulfilment of concrete conditions set by data protection law. This means you have the right to receive, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, the personal data about you which has been sent to us, where the processing is carried out by automatic means and is based on consent or contract. You are also entitled, where technically feasible, to have your personal data transmitted to another controller.
There may be instances, though, where the rules allow for a restriction of your rights, e.g. where your rights are deemed to be overridden by essential private interests.
Where you have given consent to the processing of your personal data, you are free to withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of the processing which has already taken place on the basis of your consent. If you choose to withdraw your consent, the processing of your personal data will cease and the data will be erased, unless there are objective grounds for their continued retention, e.g. for documentation purposes.
See the Danish Data Protection Agency’s guidance on the rights of data subjects for more about your rights here (in Danish).
Exceptions to Kromann Reumert’s duty of disclosure
As a data subject you are entitled to information about Kromann Reumert’s processing of your personal data. However, the rules of the Danish Administration of Justice Act and the Code of Conduct for the Danish Bar and Law Society impose on our lawyers a duty of non-disclosure, which may require us in certain cases to decline disclosure to you if your personal data or the processing of them are to remain confidential.
Kromann Reumert may also decline disclosure to you to safeguard essential private interests, including your own, or to safeguard essential public interests, where such interests are found to override your interest in receiving the information. This exception will be relevant where disclosure would prejudice the interests of our clients, e.g. in connection with legal action and enforcement of civil law claims or criminal acts, control or supervisory functions, and similar situations.
Also, Kromann Reumert may decline disclosure to you if you are in possession of the information already or if disclosing them to you is impossible or would involve a disproportionate effort or would impair the achievement of the objectives of the processing.
Transfer of personal data to countries outside the EU/EEA
Transfer of personal data to a country outside the EU/EEA (a third country) that is considered to provide an adequate level of protection does not require a specific authorization. Personal data can without further measures be transferred to such third countries.
Transfer to so-called "unsafe" third countries may be carried out based on a variety of appropriate safeguards that have been established to provide an adequate level of protection of the data subjects' rights. In terms of specific examples we can refer to entering into the EU-Commission's standard contractual clauses with the recipient of the personal data or, if the recipient is established in the U.S., by ensuring that the recipient in question is certified under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield scheme.
Where no appropriate safeguards are provided, transfer of personal data to "unsafe" third countries may take place based on specific legal basis for the transfer. The transfer can, for instance, take place based on a consent, for the performance of a contract with a company established in such third country and if necessary in relation to legal claims. The specific legal bases are stated in article 49 (1) of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Security of processing at Kromann Reumert
We will also process your personal data in a manner that ensures the security and confidentiality of the data as required under the data protection laws in force from time to time, including by use of the required technical and organisational security measures. We have, among other things, procedures in place to ensure that only selected Kromann Reumert employees have access to your personal data and that your personal data are not kept longer than necessary.
To the extent allowed under applicable data protection laws, we may also use your personal data for statistical purposes so that we can continuously improve on our servicing of clients.
Contact Kromann Reumert
If you have any questions for Kromann Reumert about our processing of personal data, you are more than welcome to contact our person in charge of privacy: CPO Christina Helbro Reimann.
Contact the Danish Data Protection Agency
If you have any grievances about the manner in which Kromann Reumert processes your personal data, you can lodge a complaint with the Danish Data Protection Agency (website in Danish), the authority responsible for supervising data protection in Denmark.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer's hard disk, smartphone or other IT device. Using cookies on our website allows Kromann Reumert to recognise your computer/IP address and to see which sites you visit and which functions you use, including when and for how long. Cookies containing your personal data will only be used for the specific purposes stated below. The legal basis for Kromann Reumert's processing of your IP address is our legitimate interest in generating useful statistics that give a fair view of the use of our website (see Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation). Further details on Kromann Reumert’s processing of your personal data are available here.
Cookies on www.kromannreumert.com
Kromann Reumert uses the following types of cookies:
- persistent cookies that are stored on your computer and allow us to recognise your computer next time you visit our website, thus improving your overall user experience, and
- session cookies that exit only during your visit of our website and are deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
The two types of cookies can also be categorised according the party that places them on the website:
- first-party cookies that are placed by the website www.kromannreumert.com, and
- third-party cookies that are placed by our suppliers and business partners and include elements that are embedded on our website.
How to remove cookies
To prevent cookies from being installed on your computer, you may disable cookies altogether by using the shortcut [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete] or changing your browser settings.
Below are guides on how to block cookies for www.kromannreumert.com and how to remove cookies in the various browsers for PCs and Macs:
Further details on cookies
Executive Order on Cookies (in Danish)
The Business Authority’s guide on the Executive Order on Cookies (in Danish)