Mr Martin Dahl Pedersen > Kromann Reumert > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Martin Dahl Pedersen
Intellectual property, Litigation and arbitration, Mergers and acquisitions, Sports media and entertainment, Esports.
Martin Dahl Pedersen specialises in intellectual property law, litigation and arbitration within a commercial law context. Martin became a partner in 2002. He has many years’ experience in advising clients in the media and entertainment industries, particularly the newspaper, publishing and sports sectors.
Martin has extensive experience in drafting and advising on both sides of sponsorship agreements. He has special expertise in the contractual implications of digital challenges and opportunities within the media and entertainment environment. He seeks to develop and maintain a unique understanding of his clients’ industries, ensuring that his advice is focused on each client’s needs and adds value to their business.
In addition to providing advice and negotiating agreements, Martin has also conducted cases before Danish and international courts, arbitration tribunals and commissions, including the European Court of Justice, the international Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and national and international complaints boards for domain names.
Martin has conducted media and copyright cases of general public importance in which significant principles have been determined, such as the use of digital technology in connection with copyright material and the limits of artistic freedom of expression in relation to the right to privacy.
English, The Scandinavian Languages.
Board member of the Danish Magazine and Newspaper Publishers’ Security Fund. Member of the Danish Copyright Society. Member of the Danish Association for Entertainment and Media Law. Member of the Danish Sports Law Association. Member of the Danish Arbitration Association. Member of the Danish Association of Litigation Lawyers. Former member of the committee amending Part 3 of the Danish Copyright Act (the Part 3 Committee). Former member of the copyright task force for heritage digitisation set up by the Danish Ministry of Culture.
Martin obtained his law degree (cand.jur.) from the University of Copenhagen in 1993, and sub-sequently an LL.M. in Trade Regulation from New York University in 1997.
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Kromann Reumert is regularly instructed by media, entertainment and sports clients on contentious and non-contentious matters, primarily focusing on regulatory frameworks and press, defamation, anti-doping, criminal, copyright, sports and entertainment legislation. The team is led by Martin Dahl Pedersen, who also drafts sponsorship agreements and has conducted cases before Danish and international courts, arbitration tribunals and commissions, including the European Court of Justice, the International Court of Arbitration for Sport and national and international complaints boards for domain names.
Primarily instructed by life sciences, sport and media clients, the IP group at Kromann Reumert, which is headed up by Nicolai Lindgreen, specialises in patent litigation, an area in which clients say it displays ‘experience, high legal standards, creativity, clear communications, business understanding and availability’. Martin Dahl Pedersen has considerable expertise in copyright mandates, sports issues and domain name disputes, while Nicolaj Bording focuses on major patent and trade mark cases. Frank Bøggild also handles counterfeit goods, marketing and unfair competition law litigation and arbitrations.
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