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Bech-Bruun’s team, which is headed by Arly Carlquist and Niels Andersen, advised Intel Mobile Communications on its agreement with Telenor Mobile; Hewlett-Packard on regulatory issues; and Global Connect in negotiations with Skyline’s bankruptcy estate. Peer Petersen joined as part of the merger with Philip Law Firm.
Bruun & Hjejle’s Poul Heidmann, the ‘thorough, academic’ Christine Jansby, and recently promoted partner Nicolaj Kleist are representing TDC in seeking compensation for losses due to incorrect implementation of the Universal Service Directive. Jansby drafted a standard agreement for EnergiMidt on service providers’ resale of fibre optic network capacity. Mogens Ebeling is also recommended.
Janne Glæsel and ‘outstanding, reliable specialist’ Martin Dittmer jointly head Gorrissen Federspiel’s practice, which is recommended for its ‘professionalism, knowledge and clarity of advice’. The team advised TeliaSonera on its joint venture with Telenor. Dittmer and Lasse Søndergaard Christensen represent Waoo!, Jakob Skaadstrup Andersen acts for Thrane & Thrane, and Boxer TV is a new client of the practice.
Kromann Reumert’s practice head Torben Waage is ‘not afraid to give business advice in the context of his legal expertise’. He and his ‘pragmatic, business-driven’ team advised Sunrise Communications on its managed service deal with Huawei and assisted TDC with the re-tender of its mobile network outsourcing deal with Ericsson. Søren Skibsted is ‘recognised as a star’.
LETT Law Firm P/S’s René Offersen is representing TDC in the ECJ against the Danish Telecommunications Complaints Board’s decision to order TDC to grant other broadband companies access to its fibre optic network. Offersen also successfully represented TDC against Telenor in the Supreme Court. SebastianIngversen and Artur Bugsgang assisted TDC with the purchase of Onfone.
Plesner’s lawyers are ‘experts in the telecoms industry; swift and pleasant to work with’. Practice head Niels Christian Ellegaard is representing TetraStar and Damm Cellular Systems in a €50m claim against the Danish state concerning breach of the TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) licence. Camilla Bonde also handles TETRA-related cases. Ellegaard successfully represented Cybercity against TDC in the Supreme Court. Michael Vilhem Nielsen acts for Eutelsat. Other clients of the practice include Brightpoint Europe, Relacom, Eltel, Vodafone, AT&T, and Sprint.
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s René Thornfeldt and Dan Ermose advised Ericsson on mobile communications vessel services operating beyond the territorial sea, and Jeppe Brinck-Jensen and Charlotte Kunckel represented the same client against Eltel Networks in the Eastern High Court. Thornfeldt assisted the Thales and Balfour Beatty Rail consortium with the winning bid for a signalling system for the Danish railway in Jutland.
IT and telecoms boutique Brandt & Lauritzen represents alternative operators. Michael Brandt assisted GlobalConnect in a dispute with another fibre optic network operator over rights to black fibre rollout on the island of Fyn.
Horten Law Firm’s Hans Abildstrøm is representing Level 3 in two major cases relating to subsea cables in Danish waters, and Michael Goeskjær is advising longstanding client Motorola on the new emergency services telecoms network. Mads Nygaard Madsen’s clients include Verizon.
Philip Graff heads the team at MAQS Law Firm, which acts for clients including AT&T, BT, Sprint and Huawei Technologies, and recently assisted a bidder for Denmark’s road pricing project based on GPS technology.
Nielsen Nørager’s Henrik Peytzadvises TT Netværket, a Danish mobile network joint venture between Telenor and TeliaSonera.