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The new whistleblower scheme requirements in the Nordic region

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Online event
calendar 22 April 2021
watch 9:00-10:00
globus Denmark, Sweden, Norway

There are new whistleblower scheme requirements on its way in the EU. Get an overview of the coming Acts on the protection of whistleblowers in the Nordic regionwith IUNOs online event. We are taking a closer look at the most important parts of the new draft bills in Denmark and Sweden that will implement the EU whistleblower directive, and what the status is in Norway.

Focus

New draft bills on the protection of whistleblowers have been proposed in Denmark and Sweden. It is expected that the new Acts will enter into force latest 17 December 2021 which is the deadline for implementation in the EU directive.

The draft bills will have huge importance for companies with more than 50 employees as the new rules will include an obligation to establish a whistleblower scheme. During the online event, we will go through the most important parts of the new draft bills in Denmark and Sweden and discuss what the new rules mean in practice

Among other things, we will discuss:

  • Who must establish whistleblower schemes?
  • Who can report?
  • What can be reported?
  • How will a whistleblower be protected?
  • In practice, how should a whistleblower scheme be implemented?
  • What requirements must a whistleblower scheme satisfy?
  • GDPR and other considerations
  • Sanctions in case of non-compliance

This online event will give you an overview of the coming rules on whistleblower schemes. Your company can therefore afterwards already start getting ready to tackle the new rules.

Time and place

The online event begins at 9:00 and ends at 10:00.

The online event is free of charge and will be conducted in English.

Registration

Sign up for the online event via the pink box on this page.

If you have any questions about registration or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact us on communication@iuno.law.

We are looking forward to seeing you.

Focus

New draft bills on the protection of whistleblowers have been proposed in Denmark and Sweden. It is expected that the new Acts will enter into force latest 17 December 2021 which is the deadline for implementation in the EU directive.

The draft bills will have huge importance for companies with more than 50 employees as the new rules will include an obligation to establish a whistleblower scheme. During the online event, we will go through the most important parts of the new draft bills in Denmark and Sweden and discuss what the new rules mean in practice

Among other things, we will discuss:

  • Who must establish whistleblower schemes?
  • Who can report?
  • What can be reported?
  • How will a whistleblower be protected?
  • In practice, how should a whistleblower scheme be implemented?
  • What requirements must a whistleblower scheme satisfy?
  • GDPR and other considerations
  • Sanctions in case of non-compliance

This online event will give you an overview of the coming rules on whistleblower schemes. Your company can therefore afterwards already start getting ready to tackle the new rules.

Time and place

The online event begins at 9:00 and ends at 10:00.

The online event is free of charge and will be conducted in English.

Registration

Sign up for the online event via the pink box on this page.

If you have any questions about registration or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact us on communication@iuno.law.

We are looking forward to seeing you.

Anders

Etgen Reitz

Partner

Søren

Hessellund Klausen

Partner

Kirsten

Astrup

Associate

Sofie

Aurora Braut Bache

Associate

Franziska

Brüggemann

Associate

Cecillie

Groth Henriksen

Associate

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Etgen Reitz

Partner

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The team

Aage

Krogh

Partner

Akina

Ørum Masaki

Legal assistant

Anders

Etgen Reitz

Partner

Anna

Bjørk Dahlin Irvold

Senior legal assistant

Caroline

Wochner

Communication assistant

Cecillie

Groth Henriksen

Associate

Franziska

Brüggemann

Associate

Johanne

Tange Thams

Legal assistant

Kirsten

Astrup

Associate

Laura

Dølsted Trap-Lind

Senior legal assistant

Matilde

Grønlund Jakobsen

Associate

Nora

Tägtgård Coter

Legal assistant

Pernille

Skall Søby Nielsen

Legal assistant

Signe

Kræmer Pedersen

Senior legal assistant

Sofie

Aurora Braut Bache

Associate

Søren

Hessellund Klausen

Partner