Mr Hans-Peter Jørgensen > Gorrissen Federspiel > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Hans-Peter Jørgensen
Real Estate and Construction.
Hans-Peter Jørgensen advises Gorrissen Federspiel’s Danish and foreign clients on all aspects of conveyancing and lease of real property, construction and consultancy law, project development and procurement law. Hans-Peter renders assistance on a current basis in significant transactions as well as in relation to building and construction projects.
Partner, Gorrissen Federspiel since 2007, partner Abel & Skovgård Larsen, Law firm 1995-2006, Gorrissen Federspiel 1989-1994, Lawfirm Rydahl & Winther 1988-1989, Lawyers Frue Kirkeplads 4, 1986-1988. External Associate Professor and assistant lecturer at the universities of Aarhus, Copenhagen, Aalborg: Mortgages in real estate, guarantees, purchase/sale of real estate, mergers and acquisitions and construction law. Co-author of: The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Real Estate 2016. Chapter 11 Denmark, F.R.I and PAR’s service description, Magazine for Housing and Construction law 1998 p . 1, General terms and conditions for turnkey contract ABT 93, The Danish weekly law reports 1995 p. 176, Comments on AB92 and FIDIC 4th, The Danish weekly law reports 1993 p. 251 and Review of “Leases 1” and “Leases 2” by H. Krag Jespersen, Juristen (magazine from the Danish Association of Lawyers and Economists) 1990 pp. 341-245
Board of Counsel’s professional group on business properties and construction. Danish Society for Construction and Consulting Law and The Association of Danish Law Firms’ professional group for industrial property and contract work.
Right of audience before the Danish High Court 1993. Admitted to the Danish Bar 1989. Candidatus juris, University of Aarhus 1986. Secondment with Masons Solicitors & Privy Counsel Agents, London 1992.
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