Bo Juul Jensen advises on the local government mandate, municipal law and administrative law, including especially social law, access to documents and the rules on case handling.
Bo has 10 years of experience from previous employment with the Government and the City of Copenhagen and at Horten, he uses that experience as speaker where he currently teaches Horten's clients in subjects pertaining to social law (children and adolescents), harassment of public employees and the rules on case handling.
In the area of emergency services, Bo has advised on various joint local-authority cooperation under section 60 of the Danish Municipal Administration Act, among others municipalities’ withdrawal, and on questions concerning the Danish Preparedness Act.
During his employment with Horten since 2019, Bo has also advised on litigation within the social area and claims for damages against municipalities, especially early retirement (slow case handling), compensation due to municipalities’ case handling and inter-municipal reimbursement.
Finally, Bo advises on the special matters relating to free residential care facilities, purchase and sale of the real estate of municipalities and regions and the Youth and Adult Education Act.