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Within Banking and finance, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a second tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s Kim Toftgaard and Thomas Skjellerup advise on acquisition and property finance, derivatives and securitisation. Toftgaard, Henrik Groos and Jacob Nygaard recently advised SEB as senior lender on the financing of Illum Property. Key clients include Arbejdernes Landsbank, ATP and Nykredit. Jacob Nygaard and Susanne Harms are recommended.
Within Capital markets, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a second tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s ‘highly capable’ Morten Jensen and Thomas Skjellerup advised Spar Nord Bank on its DKK913m rights issue and listing on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen. Jensen also assisted Bang & Olufsen with a DKK182m direct share placement to A CAPITAL and Sparkle Roll Holdings, and, together with Jesper Schultz Larsen, also acted for William Demant Invest during its mandatory tender offer to all shareholders of Össur hf. Thomas Skjellerup and Morten Jensen recently advised Arbejdernes Landsbank on hybrid core capital bonds. Thomas Weincke heads the practice. Karsten Pedersen joined Ronne & Lundgren.
Within Employment, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a third tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s practice head Anja Staugaard Jensen ‘provides sound, practical advice’, and successfully represented advertising agency A CPH ApS against BBDO Danmark in litigation over the dismissal of managers and transfer of undertakings. Anne Marie Abrahamson assisted Deloitte Business Consulting with an analysis of the Danish emergency services for the Danish Ministry of Finance. Other high-profile clients include Bang & Olufsen.
Within Energy, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a third tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab focuses on energy transactions. Senior partner Kåre Stolt advised DCC on the acquisition of Swea Energi Holding, and Thomas Francis Beckett assisted Baltic Oil Terminals with its acquisition of Haahr Tank-Lager.
Within EU and competition, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a third tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s ‘top-class, professional’ team is led by Jesper Fabricius, who successfully defended Ritzaus Bureau before the Danish Consumer and Competition Authority. Christina Heiberg-Grevy handled merger filings for Nordic Capital’s acquisition of Bladt Industries.
Within Information technology, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a second tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s nine-lawyer practice is led by René Thornfeldt, who is recommended for his ‘dedication and hands-on, well-prepared approach’. Highlights included renegotiating VELUX Group’s cross-border IT and business process outsourcing arrangements, and key clients include HK and Pandora. Jeppe Brinck-Jensen handles contentious matters. Charlotte Kunckel joined from Poul Schmith Law Firm.
Within Insolvency, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a second tier firm,
Karsten Kielland heads Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s team, which is advising Finansiel Stabilitet on Synerco’s bankruptcy. Anders Ørskov Melballe and Jacob Smith Madsen were promoted to the partnership. Madsen is acting as bankruptcy trustee to five K/S Schwanebeck companies in bankruptcy, which own wind turbines in Germany, and Melballe is representing Nordea Bank as bankruptcy trustee to a major entrepreneur.
Within Intellectual property, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a third tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab advises on patent, design and trade mark contracts and licensing, including due diligence. Thomas Weincke and the ‘skilled, intelligent and thorough’ practice head Jeppe Brinck-Jensen are representing Merck Sharp & Dohme in two preliminary ECJ references in the Supreme Court regarding parallel imports. Christina Type Jardorf successfully represented The Friis Group in a trade mark action before the European General Court. Marie Hovel Hansen and Lise-Ann Stubbs are representing Specsavers.
Within Media and entertainment, tier 4
Jeppe Brinck-Jensen heads the media and entertainment group at Accura Advokatpartnerselskab, which advises various TV production companies and newspapers, and assists Egmont Magasiner with publishing agreements.
Within Mergers and acquisitions, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a first tier firm,
Accura Advokatpartnerselskab shows ‘strong technical deal knowledge and positive attitude’. Thomas Weincke and Morten Jensen assisted EQT Partners with the DKK13.5bn divestment of Dako to Agilent Technologies, and Henrik Juul Hansen and Poul Jagd Mogensen advised Sport-Master with its multi-transactional divestment to Nordic Capital. Jacob Vinther assisted Odin Equity Partners with the DKK1.4bn divestment of Haarslev Industries. Jacob Vinther, Thomas Weincke and Kåre Stolt are also highly rated. Michael Vinther, Karsten Pedersen and six associates joined Ronne & Lundgren.
Within Real estate and construction, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a first tier firm,
Henrik Groos and Jon Dyhre Hansen lead Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s practice, which advises institutional and international investors. Groos advised ATP and PensionDanmark on a DKK2.1bn consortium partnership with By & Havn regarding a major development at Copenhagen harbour, and advised the Danish branch of SEB regarding the acquisition of Illum shopping centre. Other clients include Bouwfonds REIM.
Within Telecoms, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab is a second tier firm,
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.
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- Banking and finance : Banking and finance
- Capital markets : Capital markets
- EU and competition : EU and competition
- Employment : Employment
- Energy : Energy
- Information technology : Information technology
- Insolvency : Insolvency
- Intellectual property : Intellectual property
- Media and entertainment : Media and entertainment
- Mergers and acquisitions : Mergers and acquisitions
- Real estate and construction : Real estate and construction
- Telecoms : Telecoms