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Gorrissen Federspiel's expertise in telecoms includes advising on regulations, transactions, data protection issues and outsourcing work. Martin André Dittmer heads up the practice and regularly advises on regulatory and competition issues. Recent work highlights include advising fibre broadband company Waoo on television distribution and telecoms regulatory issues, and assisting Telia with its roaming and transmission agreements.

Horten focuses on contractual and regulatory issues and counts Motorola and Verizon as key clients. Regulatory expert Mads Nygaard Madsen leads the team, which also fields Michael Goeskjær, who regularly advises on telecoms-related contracts and agreements; Goeskjær recently assisted Motorola with regulatory issues. Another key name is Asger Heine Jensen, who advised BD Consult Electronic Engineering on its establishment of a telecoms system which allows its customer to monitor their fixed assets including elevators and refrigerators.

Kromann Reumert's skillset in this space includes advising on regulations, contracts, outsourcings and transactions for a client roster, which includes AT&T and Telenor. Torben Waage is a key name to note and advised Verizon on procurement and contractual issues relating to the Danish Foreign Ministry's wireless network for its global offices. Søren Skibsted specialises in outsourcings and contractual matters.

Plesner has notable expertise in public and commercial telecoms matters; group head Niels Ellegaard recently advised TT-Netværket on its outsourcing to Nokia, and transactional specialist Christian Kjølbye handled Macquarie's acquisition of TDC. Telenor, Fibia and OpenNet are also clients. Michael Hopp is the key name for data protection work.

Accura Advokatpartnerselskab advises on contractual and regulatory issues; in a recent highlight, practice head René Thornfeldt assisted Plenti with the new EU roaming regulations and also advised it on the termination of its network supplier agreement with Hi3G Denmark. Ericsson and GlobalConnect are also clients. Senior attorney-at-law Claus Rolsted is also a key figure.

Bech-Bruun has particularly strong expertise in telecom infrastructure agreements, outsourcings, procurement work and data protection issues and counts Accenture and The Capital Region of Denmark as clients. Niels M. Andersen leads the team and is an expert in commercial contracts and regulatory issues, and Arly Carlquist is highly skilled in outsourcing and procurement matters.

DLA Piper Denmark regularly acts for TDC with recent matters including handling its investment in cloud solutions provider Cloudeon. Key practitioners include group leader René Offersen, who is an expert in disputes and procurement matters; Sebastian Ingversen, who specialises in commercial issues; and Michael Klöcker, who focuses on competition law. Vodafone and TeliaSonera are also key clients.

NJORD Law Firm's practice assists clients with contracts, outsourcings and licensing issues. Notable names from the team include managing partner Lars Lokdam, who is an expert in transactional work; Thomas Ryhl, who focuses on regulatory issues; and Malene Fagerberg, who is skilled in data protection matters.

Synch primarily focuses on regulatory and commercial matters and counts GlobalConnect and Hiper as notable clients. Michael Brandt leads the practice, which also includesNiels Dahl-Nielsen; both practitioners have substantial experience handling commercial issues for telecoms clients.

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