Therèse Kemp

My normal work includes division of property, handling estates – foreign and Danish, preparation of wills, hereby also succession/estate planning, prenuptial agreements, custody cases and representation of heirs in larger estates.
I have autorization as “Bobehandler” – attorney for the Court of Lyngby in more complicated cases regarding division of properties in divorces.
I have been a teacher at the University of Copenhagen and “Danske Advokater” (the association of attorneys in Denmark) for a number of years in the topics private clients and also succession/estate planning for the Danish Chamber of Commerce.

Niels Løber

SPECIALIST AREAS

– Mergers and acquisitions

– Corporate law

– Corporate governance

– Commercial contracts

– Arbitration

 

EDUCATION AND RIGHT OF AUDIENCE

– Law degree (Cand. jur.) from the University of Copenhagen 1999

– Admitted 2002

– Right of audience before the High Court 2009

 

THE FIRM

LIND is a modern law firm that advises and assists businesses, professional organisations and private individuals. Our advice covers a range of specialist areas and the most important areas of commercial and business law.

We deliver top quality, value-based solutions at competitive prices and we place great store in personal interaction and cooperation with the client and their other advisers, whoever they may be.

Martin Dahl Pedersen

Martin Dahl Pedersen specialises in intellectual property law, litigation and arbitration within a commercial law context. Martin became a partner in 2002. He has many years’ experience in advising clients in the media and entertainment industries, particularly the newspaper, publishing and sports sectors.

Martin has extensive experience in drafting and advising on both sides of sponsorship agreements. He has special expertise in the contractual implications of digital challenges and opportunities within the media and entertainment environment. He seeks to develop and maintain a unique understanding of his clients’ industries, ensuring that his advice is focused on each client’s needs and adds value to their business.

In addition to providing advice and negotiating agreements, Martin has also conducted cases before Danish and international courts, arbitration tribunals and commissions, including the European Court of Justice, the international Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and national and international complaints boards for domain names.

Martin has conducted media and copyright cases of general public importance in which significant principles have been determined, such as the use of digital technology in connection with copyright material and the limits of artistic freedom of expression in relation to the right to privacy.

 

Media & Entertainment Law Practice:

The area of sports, media and entertainment has several legal and commercial issues that require professional and valuable advice.

Kromann Reumert offers legal advice on all aspects of sports, media and entertainment law. Having focused on the sports, media and entertainment industry for many years, we have developed a position as one of the most important law firms in this area. Today, we are a large group of lawyers with significant expertise and experience in sports, media and entertainment who assist Danish as well as international clients.

We have a leading reputation handling all types of court and arbitration proceedings in Denmark and abroad.

 

Kromann Reumert:

Kromann Reumert is the leading law firm in Denmark with offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus and London.

We employ a team of almost 485 dedicated people, who work together to provide quality services for our clients. Currently, our employees include around 250 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.

 

Michala Roepstorff

Michala Roepstorff is a partner in our Insolvency Law and Restructuring team. She has extensive experience in advising on financial restructuring, including arrangements with the creditors of ailing companies.

Michala is a specialist in the administration of estates in bankruptcy, including the uncovering of voidable transactions, the continuation of operations as well as complete or partial transfers of bankrupt businesses. She also advises banks and other financial institutions on insolvency matters.

Michala also has extensive experience in advising on employment and labour law.

Michala is a member of and certified by Foreningen af Danske Insolvensadvokater (Association of Danish insolvency lawyers) and also of IWIRC, International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation. Michala teaches insolvency law on supplementary courses under the auspices of the Association of Danish Law Firms (Danske Advokater).

 

Employment Law Practice:

It is important for an employer to know the restrictions that apply to his or her room for manoeuvre in an employment relationship and it has not become any easier due to the increasing regulation of the legal relationship between the employer and the employee that has taken place.

Plesner’s labour and employment law department provides advice on all aspects of labour and employment law. We assist our clients with specialist advice, focusing on providing solution-oriented advice that enables our clients to act quickly, efficiently and legally correct when faced with big or small challenges.

We particularly provide legal services to Danish and international businesses, but we also provide legal services to public authorities, institutions and individuals, including managers and executives in particular.

Flexible types of employment

Not only are we very experienced in providing advice on traditional employment issues between the employer and the employee, we also advise on the more flexible types of employment that have evolved as the need for flexibility has increased. Some examples are fixed-term employment, part-time employment, secondment/hiring-out of employees, consultancy issues and teleworking