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Bruun & Hjejle, Søren Zinck, Copenhagen, DENMARK

Søren Zinck

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Bruun & Hjejle

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Competition and EU Law

Position

Søren renders specialist advice within all aspects of competition law, including in Danish and international cases on merger control, abuse of dominant position, cartels, distribution strategies, damages, penalty and state aid. He regularly litigates before the European Court of Justice and the Danish courts, and during recent years he has litigated several of the major, leading Danish competition cases. He lecturers and often publishes articles on competition law.

Career

Partner, Bruun & Hjejle (2016), Partner, Lett (2012-2015). Admitted to the Danish Supreme Court (2012), Partner, Lind Cadovius (1994-2002). 1-year secondment to the Danish Competition Authority, Legal/International Division (2000).

Member

Member of the expert committee on competition law set up under the Association of Danish Law Firms.

Education

Master of Laws, University of Copenhagen (1994), LLM in European Law, l'Université libre de Bruxelles (1993)

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Denmark: Merger Control

September 2018. By Søren Zinck, Partner

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to merger control laws and regulations that may occur in Denmark . It will cover jurisdictional thresholds, the substantive test, process, remedies, penalties, appeals as well as the author's view on planned future reforms of the merger control regime. This Q&A is part of the global guide to Merger Control. [Continue Reading]

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