Lise Høy Falsner
Lise advises public, semi-public and privately owned businesses on employment and labour law. Due to her many years working in the office of the Legal Advisor to the Danish Government she has special expertise in advising the Government, regional authorities, local authorities and self-governing institutions, including universities. Lise also advises on public law, a field in which she has particular experience.
Her vast experience with regard to litigation and arbitration proceedings makes Lise a much sought-after attorney in cases involving employment and labour law before the Danish High Court, the Danish Supreme Court, the Labour Court, the Civil Servants Court and before industrial arbitration tribunals.
Lise also advises on issues relating to civil servants and employees with similar conditions of employment, conducts legal investigations into employee matters and acts as an arbitrator in proceedings involving employment and labour law.
Lise has extensive lecturing experience and is a popular speaker at courses and conferences on employment law – in particular regarding employees who are subject to publicly regulated terms of employment.
In the period 1997-2017 Lise was involved in several cases of general public importance before the Danish Supreme Court and the Danish High Court as well as industrial arbitration proceedings concerning the legal status of public-sector employees on behalf of public authorities.
Lise Høy Falsner is listed as a recommended expert with respect to Labour & Employment (2020)
Lise Høy Falsner is recommended as regards Employment by Legal 500 (2020)
Lise Høy Falsner is recommended as regards Employment (2019)
Lise Høy Falsner is recommended as regards Employment. Under the joint leadership of "very skilled" Henriette Stakemann and "sharp and pragmatic" Lise Høy Falsner, Plesner handles the employment aspects of transactions, as well as incentive schemes, collective redundancies and terminations. (2018)
Lise Høy Falsner is listed as an expert with respect to Labour, Employment & Benefits. (2017)