Mr Jacob Skude Rasmussen > Gorrissen Federspiel > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
Gorrissen Federspiel Offices
1609 COPENHAGEN V
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Mr Jacob Skude Rasmussen
Jacob Skude Rasmussen primarily provides advice concerning litigation and arbitration proceedings, international procedural law as well as insurance and reinsurance.
Jacob Skude Rasmussen also provides advice in matters concerning international law and criminal law issues. He has extensive experience in matters concerning insurance issues and is an expert on transportation. Jacob Skude Rasmussen provides advice on issues relating to Greenland and heads the firm’s Greenland Desk.
Gorrissen Federspiel 2011 – Partner, Gorrissen Federspiel since 2015 Senior Adviser, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Department for International law 2009-2011 Gorrissen Federspiel 2008 – 2009 Deputy head of mission, Royal Danish Embassy, Bucharest, 2006-2008 Head of section, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Department for International law, 2004-2006
The Danish Bar and Law Society
Right of audience before the Danish High Court 2012 Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy 2010 Admitted to the Danish Bar 2009 Candidatus juris, University of Copenhagen 2005 LL.M., Lund University 2004
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
International arbitration has long been a mainstay of the Gorrissen Federspiel dispute resolution practice, with practice head and experienced arbitrator Henriette Gernaa regularly sought out by major Danish and international blue-chip companies. Key markets for the group include the UK, the US and Germany; expertise in the latter is spearheaded by dual German and Danish-qualified litigator Lotte Eskesen. Jacob Skude Rasmussen is recommended for his expertise in international maritime and construction law, while Kenneth Hvelplund Pedersen focuses on M&A and private equity litigation.
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- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution
- EU, competition and public procurement
- Information technology
- Intellectual property
- Shipping and transport