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Accura Advokatpartnerselskab - Real Estate Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Market-leading real estate team noted for its expertise in transactional mandates. Over a decade of experience advising on some of the largest real estate investments in Denmark, acting for both national and international institutions. Covers all aspects of the real estate law, including lease law, environmental law and legal due diligence investigations. Has recently expanded the team with a new hire at partner level.

Strengths One pleased client notes that the team has done "great work."

Work highlights Assisted AP Pension with the investment of DKK1.4 billion in the development and financing of a large residential complex.

Advised Oaktree Capital Management and M7 Real Estate on the transfer of a EUR130 million portfolio to a newly established joint venture between a fund managed by Blackstone and M7 Real Estate.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Henrik Groos leads a strong team advising pension funds and commercial property investors on a range of real estate matters. He focuses on commercial real estate transaction work, including cross-border and international transactions. Interviewees unequivocally recognise his leading position in the market and his reputation in transactions.

Jon Dyhre Hansen specialises in commercial real estate transaction work, focusing mainly on the Danish market. As well as acting on behalf of large investors, recent work has included assisting with lease contract negotiations on behalf of Brøchner Hotels. Clients have highlighted his strength in contract negotiations.

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Bech-Bruun - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for Highly esteemed team noted for its full-service coverage of real estate matters. Acts for a variety of Danish and international clients, including financial services and public sector clients, as well as joint ventures and investment funds, on investments and real estate financing. Additional expertise in construction, focusing on large infrastructure projects and urban development, involving public procurement processes, contracts and contentious work.

Strengths Clients praise the firm as being "very informed and also very flexible in their approach to work."

One client notes that Bech-Bruun is "a law firm with very high standards" and "a good overall performance."

Work highlights Assisted Strawberry Fields and Nordic Choice Hotels with the acquisition and development of a new hotel at the Copenhagen airport with a value of DKK800 million.

Advised a consortium of Danish pension funds, including PFA Pension and Lægernes Pension, on an investment into a pan-Nordic logistics fund with a value in excess of EUR1 billion.

Notable practitioners

Torben Brøgger focuses on construction matters within real estate and frequently advises on urban development projects. He often acts for both private and public clients on public procurement and tendering issues. He is particularly popular with pension funds.

Head of department Steen Puch Holm-Larsen predominantly advises clients on real estate investments, with a particular focus on international real estate acquisitions and divestments, commercial real estate and hotel investments. His recent work includes assisting Blackstone Group with its DKK950 million acquisition of a Danish property portfolio.

Jens Hjortskov is praised by clients as being "flexible" with a "very efficient learning curve regarding technical projects." He advises on a range of real estate matters, focusing on offering assistance with construction matters and project development, as well as public procurement, general housing organisations and commercial leases. He recently represented Nomeco in planning and building a new warehouse and logistics centre.

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Bruun & Hjejle - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for Respected practice handling both construction mandates and transactional real estate matters. Acts on a range of real estate transactions, including asset sales, purchases and financing. Construction work includes a large role advising international contractors on residential and urban development projects. Frequently represents clients in construction law disputes. Continues to expand its team and client base.

Strengths Clients say that the team "are experienced, have good knowledge of the market and have a commercial mindset."

One satisfied client notes that the group were "very focused on service and a strong team that offered a good combination of commercial and legal advice."

Work highlights Advised Danica Pension on the sale of PostNord's headquarters by Danica's subsidiary Ejendomsselskabet Project Nord.

Assisted JØP and DIP with the DKK860 million acquisition of nine commercial and residential properties in Copenhagen, including advice on the divestment of assets and repayment of loans.

Notable practitioners

Søren Damgaard advises a range of domestic and international clients on all matters of commercial real estate, including property transactions, development projects and real estate financing. Clients have noted his "great commercial awareness" and appreciate that he "always goes the extra mile to close a deal." He has recently been particularly active assisting with the sale of property portfolios, advising new client Tryg on the sale of its headquarters.

Christian Johansen has over 20 years of experience acting for Danish and international clients on all aspects of construction law. In addition, Johansen represents clients in litigation and arbitration in the event of construction law disputes. Clients say that "he has not only the legal understanding, but also the commercial insight into the construction business." Recent work includes advising NærHeden on the planning and construction of a new residential area of suburban Copenhagen.

Christian Schow Madsen leads the real estate group of Bruun & Hjelje and focuses on advising clients on a range of real estate-related transaction work, including financing, development issues and the sale and purchase of assets. Clients note that he is "very commercially adept" and "quick to respond."

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Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Christian Schow Madsen and Christian Johansen
- 5 partners
- 20 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Esteemed real estate practice handling both construction mandates and transactional real estate matters. Covers a range of real estate matters including asset purchases, disposals, financing and refinancing. Also has a particular focus on construction-related arbitration. Continues to bolster and grow its team through a number of recent new hires at partner level.

Strengths One client is impressed by the team's resources and says: "They know what we need and have the necessary depth in real estate." The same interviewee adds: "They are also responsive and available, which we appreciate."

Other clients value that the lawyers are "very knowledgeable on both M&A and real estate law" and are equally impressed by the "good co-operation and good structure" of the team.

Work highlights Advised Nykredit on the sale and leaseback of its three office headquarters in central Copenhagen.

Advised DNB Bank on its divestment of a large residential property portfolio, including in excess of 1,000 residential units located across 22 property sites.

Significant clients BlackRock, Johannes Fog, Realkredit Danmark, NærHeden.

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DLA Piper Denmark - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for Recognised firm covering the full spectrum of real estate and construction matters. Particularly active in public-private partnerships and procurement matters, the firm also advises clients on real estate transactions, project developments and construction mandates, as well as having a high level of expertise in lease law. Clients include private energy companies, contractors and public authorities.

Strengths In discussing the firm's construction practice one satisfied client remarked that "they are a very good team" and particularly mentioned the firm's work on construction arbitration.

Work highlights Assisted Copenhagen Municipality with the public procurement of two separate framework agreements for the planning, design and construction of several building projects.

Advised REBUS on drafting concept papers for use in strategic partnerships in Denmark, supported by Innovation Fund Denmark.

Notable practitioners

Kurt Bardeleben acts on both real estate projects and construction issues. Typically he represents public parties in PPP projects with a focus on infrastructure and major building projects. Interviewees have lauded his proficiency in PPP matters and one client praised him as "a very good lawyer." Recent work includes assisting Arena CPHX with the completion of the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.

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We have experience in advising Danish and foreign property players as well as public enterprises and authorities on all legal aspects of real estate, including in connection with construction, operation, development, sale, purchase and letting as well as in connection with financing and charges concerning real estate. We have one of the largest real-estate departments in Denmark.

Our specialties:

  • We advise property developers and property owners on value-enhancing development​of real estate and provide advice in connection with the sale and purchase of residential rental properties, domicile properties and storage buildings.
  • We provide legal assistance to creditors in situations where the financial obligations have not been met.
  • Our advice covers the entire range of construction-law matters in demand by the private and public sectors, organisations and private individuals.
  • We provide highly specialised advice on lease-law issues and our knowledge of what goes on in the market is profound and is twinned with a practical and solution-oriented approach to providing advice.
  • We provide advice on all matters within planning and environmental law and have vast experience in matters relating to the public-law and civil-law environmental rules.
  • We advise public authorities and tenderers on PPP and PPC, including ESCO.
  • We advise housing organisations, municipalities as well as private players within all aspects of the Danish non-profit housing sector on the rules of public law.

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Gorrissen Federspiel - Real Estate Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Successful real estate practice offering full-service support in real estate and construction law. Represents Danish and international clients in a range of high-profile real estate transactions and also has a particular strength in project development mandates. On top of this, represents several clients in construction-related matters, including tenders, construction works and disputes. Highly sought after by clients from the financial sector, including recent client win Koncenton.

Strengths One client reports that he has "always been met with a strong level of service" particularly highlighting that the lawyers are "as fast as you could wish from your legal adviser."

Another client refers to the team as one with a "good atmosphere - commercial, eager and modern."

Work highlights Acted for PFA and Industriens Pension on the establishment of a DKK1 billion investment fund with the aim of investing in residential properties.

Notable practitioners

Hans-Peter Jørgensen offers extensive experience in the real estate sector advising across a broad spectrum of issues related to real estate transactions, commercial leases and project development, as well as acting on construction law cases, including litigation and arbitration. Clients particularly praise his "extremely strong knowledge," as well as his communication skills, noting that "it's important that advisers can translate things into terms we understand and he's good at that."

Entering the rankings, Jesper Avnborg Lentz advises clients on a range of real estate-related matters, including large-scale transactions and development projects, as well as construction and infrastructure projects. He has a particular expertise in relation to property taxation issues. One client reports that he is "extremely fast, commercial and can handle multiple complex and large transactions at one time."

Merete Larsen focuses primarily on advising construction companies on large development projects, as well as assisting with a range of other real estate matters, including the sale of property. Interviewees regard her as a "very skilful" lawyer, capable of driving big real estate transactions.

Head of department Peter Sjøgreen has over 25 years' experience advising on multiple aspects of real estate law, with a particular focus on real estate transactions, acting for clients on investments, divestments and sale and leaseback transactions. Recent work includes assisting Danske Bank with the sale and leaseback of its staff buildings in Copenhagen.

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Horten - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for All inclusive real estate practice offering services covering construction, development, leasing and property transactions. Expertise includes structuring the purchase, sale and financing of commercial properties. Offers advice to domestic and international clients on litigation, environmental and planning procedures related to real estate and construction matters.

Strengths Clients describe the team as "strong in real estate and litigation."

Work highlights Advised Frederikssund Kommune on a dispute concerning a construction in the new Delta District in Vinge, which is suffering from a number of defects and shortcomings.

Assisted Circle K with the sale and leaseback of a 6,000 sq m business area.

Notable practitioners

Michael Neumann has a broad-ranging practice covering transactions, development projects and real estate financing, as well as assisting clients with construction-related disputes and contentious proceedings. Recent work includes representing Boliggården, a housing society, before the Danish Building & Construction Arbitration Board in claims for additional payment by the contractor.

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Horten has wide experience in purchase/sale of real estate, construction and development projects, public construction projects, leases, financing of real estate projects and transactions and energy optimisation, climate adaptation and environmental issues.

When initiating consulting cooperation, we will always look at the company as a whole. We base our advice on commercial understanding of our client's business to optimise the bottom line together. We offer an aggregate forward-looking solution covering all legal aspects of our client's business. In addition to our wide experience within the traditional area of the real estate sector such as contract drafting, negotiation and leases, we also advise on tax, environmental planning, financing and regulation.

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Kromann Reumert - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for Outstanding team known for its coverage of a full range of real estate matters, including sales and acquisitions of property, real estate financing, lease law and construction and procurement law. Clients include Danish and international investors, as well as public and semi-public institutions from the education sector.

Strengths Clients remark that "their knowledge provides a quick insight into the core of a problem."

One client appreciates the team's "very strong expertise and broad competencies," adding that "there is always an expert for any issue we might have."

Work highlights Assisted Standard Life with its acquisition of a portfolio of ten Danish and four Swedish retail properties, primarily let to Top-Toy.

Represented FEAS in its acquisition of Aarhus Public Hospital and the subsequent development of the building complex into a new campus.

Notable practitioners

Niels Balslev has a wealth of experience acting for pension funds on a range of real estate mandates, including investments and financing issues. Sources recognise his vast experience in the field. He recently assisted PensionDanmark with its USD51 million acquisition and development of commercial property in Odense and Kolding.

Flemming Horn Andersen has been described by clients as "calm, efficient and pleasant." He offers extensive experience in real estate transactions, predominantly advising clients on the sale and acquisition of property portfolios. Recent work includes acting for NRP Finans on the acquisition of Tryg's office in Ballerup by way of a sale-and-leaseback agreement.

Søren Andreasen assists clients with real estate transactions and project finance, focusing on the sale and acquisition of property portfolios. Recent work involves advising Castellum on its purchase of Norrporten's Danish assets.

Clients appreciate Jacob Møller for his "general knowledge and understanding of our industry" and that he comes "straight to the point." He acts on a mixture of commercial real estate transactions and construction projects, representing a number of clients from the education industry. He recently assisted VIA University College with negotiations of the contract structure for the acquisition and construction of a large turnkey domicile.

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Lundgrens - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for Experienced practice covering all aspects of real estate law related to transactions, project development and construction matters. Continues to represent significant clients in property investments, leasing issues, planning and zoning and real estate litigation. Regularly acts for public and private investors, as well as private clients from industries including retail and construction. Has recently bolstered its team, having recruited a number of experienced practitioners in the autumn and winter of 2017, including the well-regarded Lars Kjær.

Strengths Clients are happy with the "good competencies of the team and a good co-operation."

Work highlights Assisted PKA with the DKK593 million acquisition of two plots of land and their entrance into a turnkey contract regarding the construction of two residential buildings.

Advised Billedvej on its DKK200 million development of an extension to an existing office building in Nordhavn, in Copenhagen.

Notable practitioners

Niels Gram-Hanssen is best known for his work focusing on commercial lease arrangements and real estate acquisitions and developments. Recent work includes assisting Wihlborgs with the DKK685 million purchase of a commercial real estate portfolio.

Lars Kjær focuses on acquisitions and disposals of real estate assets and portfolios. He also handles the property aspects of corporate M&A transactions, as well as real estate finance matters. He joined the firm in September 2017.

As head of the construction team, Niels Wive Kjærgaard is best known for handling contentious construction law issues and often represents clients in litigation at the Supreme Court. Clients particularly appreciate his knowledge of the Danish construction industry, saying he "is very good in bridging the gap between the contractor and the adviser."

Thomas Stampe acts on a broad range of real estate-related matters, including transactions and PPP. He advises on domestic and international development projects, and clients appreciate his "very good attention to clients' needs."

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Plesner - Real Estate Department

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What the team is known for Exceptional practice handling all areas of real estate and construction law with an emphasis on project development. Assists a plethora of clients, including contractors, architects, property owners, pension funds, international investors and developers with an exhaustive range of legal issues, including lease law, acquisitions and sales, dispute resolution and contract negotiation.

Strengths Clients describe the practice as "a great overall team, with great flexibility."

Work highlights Advised NREP on the creation of a joint venture with Arkitektgruppen with the aim to purchase, build and divest residential projects.

Assisted Niam with the acquisition of shares in HD Ejendomme for an approximate value of DKK4.2 billion.

Notable practitioners

Leif Djurhuus has a wealth of experience in a range of real estate development projects including retail and residential projects, as well as assisting with financing aspects of property transactions. He acted for Ejendomsselskabet Katharina in contract negotiations for the conversion of a building in Copenhagen Town Hall Square into a hotel. Djurhuus also represents clients in real estate disputes.

As head of the firm's real estate department, Jakob Schou Midtgaard advises both international and domestic investors on a range of real estate matters, with a particular focus on commercial property. He also works with developers and recently advised Bach Gruppen on the development of a large Copenhagen property. Clients have stated that he is "great at complicated transactions."

Peter Fogh is a construction specialist with expertise on a range of construction law matters including infrastructure, energy and construction litigation and arbitration. Clients have noted that he "clearly knows construction law very well and is able to anticipate the concerns an international client is likely to have." Recent work includes assisting DONG Energy with its development of the Hejre field.

Anders Friis has particular expertise in transactional mandates, advising clients on acquisitions and the creation of joint ventures. Friis assisted BaseCamp with its entrance to the Danish market as a real estate investor and developer within student housing. Clients have noted his high level of "technical knowledge," as well as his "commercial understanding and capabilities, effectiveness and client service."

Peer Meisner has a particular focus acting for Danish pension funds on a range of transactions involving property portfolio investments and development. Recent work includes assisting Lundbeck with the development and DKK379 million sale of part of its headquarters in Copenhagen.

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Senior Statesperson

Kromann Reumert

From the Chambers Europe guide

Niels Balslev has a wealth of experience acting for pension funds on a range of real estate mandates, including investments and financing issues. Sources recognise his vast experience in the field. He recently assisted PensionDanmark with its USD51 million acquisition and development of commercial property in Odense and Kolding.

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Senior Statesperson

Plesner

From the Chambers Europe guide

Leif Djurhuus has a wealth of experience in a range of real estate development projects including retail and residential projects, as well as assisting with financing aspects of property transactions. He acted for Ejendomsselskabet Katharina in contract negotiations for the conversion of a building in Copenhagen Town Hall Square into a hotel. Djurhuus also represents clients in real estate disputes.

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Band 1

Flemming Horn Andersen

Kromann Reumert

From the Chambers Europe guide

Flemming Horn Andersen has been described by clients as "calm, efficient and pleasant." He offers extensive experience in real estate transactions, predominantly advising clients on the sale and acquisition of property portfolios. Recent work includes acting for NRP Finans on the acquisition of Tryg's office in Ballerup by way of a sale-and-leaseback agreement.

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Band 1

Bruun & Hjejle

From the Chambers Europe guide

Søren Damgaard advises a range of domestic and international clients on all matters of commercial real estate, including property transactions, development projects and real estate financing. Clients have noted his "great commercial awareness" and appreciate that he "always goes the extra mile to close a deal." He has recently been particularly active assisting with the sale of property portfolios, advising new client Tryg on the sale of its headquarters.

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Band 1

Niels Gram-Hanssen

Lundgrens

From the Chambers Europe guide

Niels Gram-Hanssen is best known for his work focusing on commercial lease arrangements and real estate acquisitions and developments. Recent work includes assisting Wihlborgs with the DKK685 million purchase of a commercial real estate portfolio.

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Band 1

Accura Advokatpartnerselskab

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Henrik Groos leads a strong team advising pension funds and commercial property investors on a range of real estate matters. He focuses on commercial real estate transaction work, including cross-border and international transactions. Interviewees unequivocally recognise his leading position in the market and his reputation in transactions.

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Band 1

Accura Advokatpartnerselskab

From the Chambers Europe guide

Jon Dyhre Hansen specialises in commercial real estate transaction work, focusing mainly on the Danish market. As well as acting on behalf of large investors, recent work has included assisting with lease contract negotiations on behalf of Brøchner Hotels. Clients have highlighted his strength in contract negotiations.

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Band 1

Christian Schow Madsen

Bruun & Hjejle

From the Chambers Europe guide

Christian Schow Madsen leads the real estate group of Bruun & Hjelje and focuses on advising clients on a range of real estate-related transaction work, including financing, development issues and the sale and purchase of assets. Clients note that he is "very commercially adept" and "quick to respond."

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Band 1

Jakob Schou Midtgaard

Plesner

From the Chambers Europe guide

As head of the firm's real estate department, Jakob Schou Midtgaard advises both international and domestic investors on a range of real estate matters, with a particular focus on commercial property. He also works with developers and recently advised Bach Gruppen on the development of a large Copenhagen property. Clients have stated that he is "great at complicated transactions."

^ See whole ranking table

Band 2

Kromann Reumert

From the Chambers Europe guide

Søren Andreasen assists clients with real estate transactions and project finance, focusing on the sale and acquisition of property portfolios. Recent work involves advising Castellum on its purchase of Norrporten's Danish assets.

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Band 2

Plesner

From the Chambers Europe guide

Anders Friis has particular expertise in transactional mandates, advising clients on acquisitions and the creation of joint ventures. Friis assisted BaseCamp with its entrance to the Danish market as a real estate investor and developer within student housing. Clients have noted his high level of "technical knowledge," as well as his "commercial understanding and capabilities, effectiveness and client service."

^ See whole ranking table

Band 2

Steen Puch Holm-Larsen

Bech-Bruun

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Steen Puch Holm-Larsen predominantly advises clients on real estate investments, with a particular focus on international real estate acquisitions and divestments, commercial real estate and hotel investments. His recent work includes assisting Blackstone Group with its DKK950 million acquisition of a Danish property portfolio.

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Band 2

Hans-Peter Jørgensen

Gorrissen Federspiel

From the Chambers Europe guide

Hans-Peter Jørgensen offers extensive experience in the real estate sector advising across a broad spectrum of issues related to real estate transactions, commercial leases and project development, as well as acting on construction law cases, including litigation and arbitration. Clients particularly praise his "extremely strong knowledge," as well as his communication skills, noting that "it's important that advisers can translate things into terms we understand and he's good at that."

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Jesper Avnborg Lentz

Gorrissen Federspiel

From the Chambers Europe guide

Entering the rankings, Jesper Avnborg Lentz advises clients on a range of real estate-related matters, including large-scale transactions and development projects, as well as construction and infrastructure projects. He has a particular expertise in relation to property taxation issues. One client reports that he is "extremely fast, commercial and can handle multiple complex and large transactions at one time."

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Lundgrens

From the Chambers Europe guide

Lars Kjær focuses on acquisitions and disposals of real estate assets and portfolios. He also handles the property aspects of corporate M&A transactions, as well as real estate finance matters. He joined the firm in September 2017.

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Band 3

Gorrissen Federspiel

From the Chambers Europe guide

Merete Larsen focuses primarily on advising construction companies on large development projects, as well as assisting with a range of other real estate matters, including the sale of property. Interviewees regard her as a "very skilful" lawyer, capable of driving big real estate transactions.

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Band 3

Plesner

From the Chambers Europe guide

Peer Meisner has a particular focus acting for Danish pension funds on a range of transactions involving property portfolio investments and development. Recent work includes assisting Lundbeck with the development and DKK379 million sale of part of its headquarters in Copenhagen.

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Band 3

Kromann Reumert

From the Chambers Europe guide

Clients appreciate Jacob Møller for his "general knowledge and understanding of our industry" and that he comes "straight to the point." He acts on a mixture of commercial real estate transactions and construction projects, representing a number of clients from the education industry. He recently assisted VIA University College with negotiations of the contract structure for the acquisition and construction of a large turnkey domicile.

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Elmann Advokatpartnerselskab

From the Chambers Europe guide

Peter Mollerup of Elmann Advokatpartnerselskab is described by clients as "swift and accurate," with other clients adding that he "is a very intelligent, skilled and effective lawyer." He advises clients on the acquisition of investment portfolios across the Nordics, as well as engaging in commercial rent disputes and the sale of real estate assets. He recently assisted Aberdeen Asset Management with the sale of a EUR100 million property portfolio across Denmark and Sweden.

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Band 3

Horten

From the Chambers Europe guide

Michael Neumann has a broad-ranging practice covering transactions, development projects and real estate financing, as well as assisting clients with construction-related disputes and contentious proceedings. Recent work includes representing Boliggården, a housing society, before the Danish Building & Construction Arbitration Board in claims for additional payment by the contractor.

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Gorrissen Federspiel

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Peter Sjøgreen has over 25 years' experience advising on multiple aspects of real estate law, with a particular focus on real estate transactions, acting for clients on investments, divestments and sale and leaseback transactions. Recent work includes assisting Danske Bank with the sale and leaseback of its staff buildings in Copenhagen.

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Band 3

Lundgrens

From the Chambers Europe guide

Thomas Stampe acts on a broad range of real estate-related matters, including transactions and PPP. He advises on domestic and international development projects, and clients appreciate his "very good attention to clients' needs."

^ See whole ranking table