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Here you can read about how we handle your personal information. All kinds of information and data that can be attributed to you in some way are considered personal information. The personal information we process may have been provided by you or obtained from others, collected when you visited our website, or received when you registered for an event with us.

Data controller

SIRIUS advokater I/S is the data controller for the information that is collected about, among other things, clients, other parties, and visitors to our website. This applies both in relation to the cases we handle, still, it also applies in relation to our marketing, which includes, among other things, the planning and implementation of courses, and morning and go-home meetings.

Of course, we ensure that the processing of personal data always takes place following the legislation in force at all times.

Our contact details are:

SIRIUS advokater I/S

CVR no.: 29 05 25 65

Dampfærgevej 10, 2nd floor

2100 Copenhagen Ø

Phone: + 45 88 88 85 85


If SIRIUS advokater acts as a data processor, in addition to applicable legislation, we will always be subject to a written data processor agreement that describes how we protect personal data.

The different types of treatment:

The homepage

When you visit our websites and, we collect data about you in order to create statistics, optimize the website, use memory functions, and target marketing.

We collect, among other things, the following:

  • Your IP address, which is used for statistical purposes and remarketing.

  • Your operating system and browser version, which is used to optimize the future user experience on the website.

  • Date and time of the visit to the website, which is used exclusively for statistical purposes.

  • We place cookies on your device, including third-party cookies. See more in our cookie policy here

Newsletters and events

If you have consented to receive our newsletters or offers for courses, events, and go-home meetings, we process your personal data, as we store your data. The purpose of the storage is, among other things, that we can continue to communicate with you and ensure you have good experiences when you participate in an event. If we have events, courses, or go-home meetings that we know could be of interest to you, we offer you to participate if you have previously received advice in the area - unless you have asked us not to do so.

We only process general information about the participants in our courses, morning and go-home meetings, which are not of a confidential nature. This is the following information:

  • Name

  • Title

  • Workplace

  • Address

  • Telephone

  • E-mail

  • Participation in events, go-home meetings, courses, etc.


Advice, counterparties, and other parties

The professional areas in which we have chosen to advise mean that we both process ordinary, confidential, and sensitive personal data about our clients and others who have a connection to our cases.

If you are a client with us, we process your personal data as part of our case management. Since we advise our clients in cases with both co-parties and counter-parties, we also receive personal data about people other than our clients. As a law firm, we are subject to a duty of confidentiality in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act and the legal ethics rules, and therefore we sometimes consider that we can fail to observe the duty of disclosure towards you so that the processing of the information can remain confidential. At other times, we consider that it is impossible or that it will require a disproportionately large effort for us to notify everyone about our processing of personal data. In those cases, you can always read more about our processing of personal data here in our privacy policy. If you have any questions, see below how to contact us.

When we process a case, we often pass on the information we have received to other external parties, e.g. counterparties, witnesses, the courts or arbitration boards, trade unions, municipalities, and other authorities, etc. This is of course conditional on the fact that the collection, registration, and disclosure are necessary in order to treat and assist our clients in the best possible way in the individual case.


If you apply for a job with us, we process the personal data that you have given us, as well as information that you have given consent to that we may obtain from others. We do this in order to assess your application and you as a candidate. We save all applications for a period of up to six months after the position has been filled so that we can be sure that we find the right candidate for the position.

How we process your information

In order for us to offer you advice and guidance, a good website, newsletters, go-home meetings, jobs, etc., it is necessary for us to process your personal data by collecting, systematizing, storing, using, saving, deleting, transferring, and sharing your information.


The information that you give us or that we receive about you from others, we make sure to store it securely and confidentially, and we have implemented technical security measures to ensure this. In addition, we make sure as far as possible to use data processors within the EU and otherwise with data centers in the EU, which, we have ensured, have the same security around your information as we do.

We have also initiated organizational measures which, among other things, mean that we internally focus on training and teaching each other to ensure a high level of data security. We have established internal procedures and measures that ensure that only the necessary employees have access to your personal data.

When appropriate, we also encrypt, pseudonymize, or anonymize your information. We will at all times ensure that we comply with the applicable personal data legislation.

Storage and deletion

We only keep your information for as long as necessary. The specific length of time will always depend on the individual situation, and special legal regulations, including the Bookkeeping, Money Laundering, and Limitation Act, can give us either the duty or the right to store them for a longer period.


If the Money Laundering Act covers your case, we as a law firm are subject to several duties following the Money Laundering Act. In this connection, we will process personal data in the form of, among other things, name, CPR number passport number, and also CVR number if it is a customer company.

We must also check the identity information unless there is no risk of false identity. The same applies if the client is a company, where we have a duty to check the identity of the company's owners and also ensure that the company's transactions are in accordance with the nature of the company.

We have a duty to notify the Danish Bar and Law Society or the Money Laundering Secretariat at the State Attorney for Special Economic and International Crime if there is a suspicion of money laundering or the financing of terrorism, and we will, if applicable, be obliged to keep secret that such notification has been given, or that this is considered.

The information is processed exclusively to fulfill our obligations under the Money Laundering Act according to the rules on the prevention of money laundering, we store the information, as well as the documentation, for 5 years after the end of the client relationship.

Your rights

You have the right to gain insight into the information that we process about you, but certain exceptions apply. You also have the right to have incorrect information about yourself corrected, just as you have the right to have your information supplemented with additional information if this will make your personal data more complete or up-to-date. However, you cannot have subjective statements or objectively correct information corrected.

In special cases, you have the right to have information about you deleted before the time of our normal general deletion occurs. However, this does not apply if the processing of the information is, for example, necessary to establish a legal claim, or if we are obliged by law or other considerations to store the information.

You also have the right in certain cases to have our processing of your personal data restricted. If you have the right to have the processing restricted, in the future, in addition to storing your information, we may only process your information with your consent, to establish, assert, or defend legal claims, or to protect a person or important community interests.

In addition, in certain cases, you have the right to object to our otherwise lawful processing of your personal data. You can also object to the processing of your data for direct marketing.

Under the rules on data portability, you can request to receive a copy of your personal data in a machine-readable format and request that we transfer information to another data controller.

If we process your personal data as a result of your consent, you have the right to withdraw consent at any time. If you withdraw your consent, we will stop processing your personal data, unless we are entitled or obliged to continue processing on another valid basis according to the data protection rules. You should be aware that our processing of some of your personal data is necessary. This means that you either cannot withdraw your consent to our processing of your information or – if you do – you can no longer receive advice, our newsletter, or the like.

If you wish to exercise your rights, you can contact us at any time at

Do you have questions?

If you have any questions about our processing of your personal information, you are welcome to contact us at any time at

If you do not agree with the way we process your personal data, you are also always welcome to contact us. You can also complain about our processing of your personal data to the Danish Data Protection Authority, which is the authority in Denmark that supervises data protection. You can find the Data Protection Authority here: Carl Jacobsens vej 30,  2500 Valby, tel.: 33 19 32 00, or via e-mail:



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Owner information

The website is operated and owned by:

SIRIUS advokater I/S

CVR no.: 29 05 25 65

Dampfærgevej 10, 2nd floor

2100 Copenhagen Ø

Phone: + 45 88 88 85 85



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On this website, we use technical cookies, which are necessary for the site to function. We also use cookies to optimize your user experience when you visit our website. Our cookies thus help us gain insight into your visits to the website so that we can continually optimize and target it to your interests and needs. We also use cookies for web analysis and traffic measurement, so we know how many people visit our website.

Some cookies, session cookies, are temporary and are usually automatically deleted from your browser when you close them at the end of your internet visit. Other cookies, persistent cookies, are typically stored on your hard drive for the period indicated by the cookie.

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Who sets cookies?

Only we place cookies on your computer when you visit the website. We have no third-party cookies.

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If you choose to accept cookies, we will place cookies on your computer with your consent.

If you choose not to accept cookies, only one technical cookie will be set to remember your choice.

If you do not want cookies to be set at all, you must turn off cookies completely in your browser. If you choose to turn cookies off completely, you must be aware that there may be parts of the website that will no longer function.

How to reject or delete cookies

Rejection of cookies

You can always choose to reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your internet browser.

If you choose to reject cookies, you must be aware that there will be some of the website's functions and services that you can no longer use, because the functions require the use of cookies.

Deleting cookies

You can easily delete cookies on your computer that you no longer wish to have lying around.

If you use a PC, you can delete your cookies by using the shortcut keys: CTRL + SHIFT + Delete.

If the hotkeys do not work, or if you are using a MAC, by following the link below you can get instructions for deleting cookies in the particular browser you are using:

Remember: If you use several Internet browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them.


You can read our privacy policy here.

If you have any questions about our use of cookies, you are also welcome to contact us:

SIRIUS advokater I/S

CVR no.: 29 05 25 65

Dampfærgevej 10, 2nd floor

2100 Copenhagen Ø

Phone: + 45 88 88 85 85



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