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DELACOUR

ÅBOULEVARDEN 13, 8000 AARHUS C, DENMARK
Tel:
Work +45 70 11 11 22
Fax:
Fax +45 70 11 11 33
Email:
Web:
www.delacour.dk
Aarhus, Copenhagen, Moscow

Henrik Kleis

Tel:
Work +45 8732 7450
Email:
DELACOUR

Work Department

Transport & Shipping

Position

Partner, Attorney
Honorary British consul

Maritime and transport law
Board duties
Company law
Litigation

Career

Henrik deals with transport, maritime, aviation, and insurance law. In addition, he handles a number of international cases and has extensive contact to foreign clients and lawyers. Henrik has broad experience in litigation and arbitration, and furthermore serves on several boards.

Languages

English, German and French.

Member

European Air Law Association
Association of Aircargohandlers in Denmark
CMI (Comité Maritime International)
IBA (International Bar Association)
ILA (International Law Association)
ATG (Aarhus Transport Group), Chairman
Aarhus City Association, Chairman
BusinessAarhus
BusinessSilkeborg
Danish Supreme Bar Association
British Chamber of Commerce
Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce
The Danish Arbitration Association
Transport Economic Association
The European Maritime Development Centre
ESPO - European Sea Ports Organisation, Legal Committee
Board Institute
Danish Wind Industry Association
IRU - International Road Transport Union - legal
Arctic Business Network

Education

Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, Oslo 1999 Master of Laws, Copenhagen University, 2000 Admitted 2003.


Denmark

Shipping and transport

Within: Leading individuals

Henrik Kleis - Delacour

Within: Shipping and transport

Led by the reputable Henrik Kleis, Delacour stands out for its experience in the shipping, offshore and aviation sector. A recent key instruction involved the team acting on behalf of the port of Assens in a damage claim against the insurer Navigators Management following the collision of a vessel with a quay. The group has welcomed Thomas Bindseil-Hansen from Hafnia Law Firm, increasing the number of partners to three.

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