Mrs Christina Steen > Horten > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
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Mrs Christina Steen
Commercial disputes and arbitration & Insurance law and tort law
Christina Steen has in-depth knowledge of damages and insurance in commercial disputes. Christina especially advises on disputes within Financial Lines (professional liability, liability of executives and board members and crime and cyber insurance). By virtue of her work with professional liability, Christina has dealt with a number of legal areas as the representation of lawyers, auditors and technical advisors touches on numerous areas.
As Christina has been employed with both the insurance and the legal industry, she has wide experience drafting and interpreting insurance and policy conditions within a wide range of insurance products. Christina therefore often advises on questions concerning insurance cover and provides “legal reviews” in connection with the approval of insurance conditions.
Christina is an experienced litigator before the Supreme Court.
Partner, Horten, 2018; Right of audience before the Supreme Court, 2012; Mediator, the mediator education of the Danish Bar and Law Society, 2009; Right of audience before the High Court, 2007
The Scandinavian Languages; English
JUC Network, Damages/Liability/Insurance
Master of Laws, the University of Aarhus, 2000
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
The ‘very approachable, knowledgeable and experienced’ Christina Steen heads up Horten’s wide-ranging insurance practice, which regularly assists an assortment of major domestic and international insurers and brokers. In its contentious work, the group is instructed in a large variety of D&O, cyber crime, product liability, construction liability and coverage claims. Steen is also adept at handling commercial disputes and professional liability matters, particularly in litigation and arbitration proceedings relating to the liability of executives and board members.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Data privacy and data protection
- EU, competition and public procurement