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General Business Law (Expertise Based Abroad) — Greenland


Bruun & Hjejle - General Business Law Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Ole Spiermann is based in Copenhagen and is regularly involved in commercial mandates related to Greenland. He is routinely sought after to handle constitutional and public law issues and is well versed in several branches of international law, having carried out investigations on behalf of the government of Greenland related to contentious and non-contentious matters. He also advises on the exploration and exploitation of natural resources in Greenland.

Foreign desks Offers a dedicated desk for Greenlandic issues from its Copenhagen office. Frequently advises the government on international law, acts on real estate advisory and litigation matters and provides clients with focused regulatory expertise in the energy and minerals sectors. Ole Spiermann is the primary contact point for this desk.

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Gorrissen Federspiel - General Business Law Department

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Michael Keldsen is based in Copenhagen and is recognised by peers for his strong interest in legal issues related to Greenland. He offers long-standing expertise in corporate and trust law and particularly focuses on advice on maritime issues, representing both foreign and Greenlandic businesses in the transport, mineral and fisheries industries.

Foreign desks Danish firm with extensive experience of advising international clients on activities with significant Greenlandic elements. Notably covers regulatory and contractual issues in the oil, minerals, telecommunications and aviation sectors, as well as acting on privatisation, construction projects and other corporate and procurement law matters. Michael Meyer, Henrik Lind and Rikke Schiøtt Petersen are the main contacts for the desk.

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Horten - General Business Law Department

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Søren Hornbæk Svendsen is based in Copenhagen and is highlighted by peers for his extensive activity and expertise dealing with energy matters in Greenland, especially in oil, gas and renewables. He also possesses a strong commercial approach and advises on complex corporate issues.

Foreign desks Copenhagen-based team formed of lawyers with experience of a broad range of projects in Greenland, which has an integrated co-operation with leading Greenlandic firm Nuna Law Firm. Particularly serves international clients, including foreign investors, and offers expertise in oil, gas and mineral exploration in Greenland, as well as infrastructure, PPP mandates and general corporate law. The key contact for this desk is Søren Hornbæk Svendsen.

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Kromann Reumert - General Business Law Department

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Christina Bruun Geertsen is based in Copenhagen and focuses her practice on M&A transactions. She possesses in-depth knowledge of commercial Greenlandic law which is highly appreciated by Greenlandic and foreign major companies.

Foreign desks Boasts decades of experience of advising on Greenlandic legal issues from Copenhagen, covering matters as wide-ranging as fishing regulations, ship finance, natural resources and corporate law. Christina Bruun Geertsen is the main contact point for this desk.

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Plesner - General Business Law Department

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Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen focuses on commercial and real estate issues and has further expertise in energy law. He is based in Copenhagen and acts for a number of infrastructure, engineering and transport companies.

Foreign desks Copenhagen-based outfit with an extensive presence in the Greenlandic market, acting closely with leading natural resources clients on Greenland-related cases. Notably experienced in corporate and bankruptcy matters in the energy and natural resources sectors in Greenland, and well versed in regulatory issues relating to the shipping and aviation industries. Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen is the primary contact for this desk.

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Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen

Plesner

From the Chambers Global guide

Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen focuses on commercial and real estate issues and has further expertise in energy law. He is based in Copenhagen and acts for a number of infrastructure, engineering and transport companies.

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Christina Bruun Geertsen

Kromann Reumert

From the Chambers Global guide

Christina Bruun Geertsen is based in Copenhagen and focuses her practice on M&A transactions. She possesses in-depth knowledge of commercial Greenlandic law which is highly appreciated by Greenlandic and foreign major companies.

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Denmark

Gorrissen Federspiel

From the Chambers Global guide

Michael Keldsen is based in Copenhagen and is recognised by peers for his strong interest in legal issues related to Greenland. He offers long-standing expertise in corporate and trust law and particularly focuses on advice on maritime issues, representing both foreign and Greenlandic businesses in the transport, mineral and fisheries industries.

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Denmark

Bruun & Hjejle

From the Chambers Global guide

Ole Spiermann is based in Copenhagen and is regularly involved in commercial mandates related to Greenland. He is routinely sought after to handle constitutional and public law issues and is well versed in several branches of international law, having carried out investigations on behalf of the government of Greenland related to contentious and non-contentious matters. He also advises on the exploration and exploitation of natural resources in Greenland. 

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Denmark

Søren Hornbæk Svendsen

Horten

From the Chambers Global guide

Søren Hornbæk Svendsen is based in Copenhagen and is highlighted by peers for his extensive activity and expertise dealing with energy matters in Greenland, especially in oil, gas and renewables. He also possesses a strong commercial approach and advises on complex corporate issues.

^ See whole ranking table