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Ms Annelouise Dalgaard Pedersen
Competition, Procurement Law
Annelouise Dalgaard Pedersen is specialised within procurement law and state aid.
Annelouise has wide experience as an advisor to both public authorities and private companies. She has in-depth knowledge of supply utilities and of the practical and legal aspects characterising these companies.
In addition, Annelouise is a certified Prince2 project manager, and she acts as project manager in often complex procedures with many players and stakeholders.
Within procurement law, Annelouise advises on all aspects of the procurement rules and the related procedures. Her expertise ranges from preparation of tender and contract documents, carrying out of tender procedures to the handling of complaints (before the Complaints Board for Public Procurement) and contract management. Annelouise has wide experience in tender procedures concerning complex building and construction works that require special considerations both during the tendering and the execution phase.
Within state aid, Annelouise advises municipalities, supply utilities and public and private companies on all aspects of state aid, including the existence of aid, the possibilities of (group) exemptions and the duty to notify. She has wide experience advising both public and private parties in a legal and political context.
Partner, Horten, 2016; Berlingske Business, Talent 100, 2014; Certified project manager (PRINCE2 Practitioner), 2012; Attorney, Horten, 2011; Admitted to the Danish bar, 2011; Assistant Attorney, Horten, 2008
The Danish Association for Procurement Law; Danish State Aid Law Association; The Danish Association for European Law; The Danish Competition Law Society
Master of Laws, the University of Copenhagen, 2008
Denmark > EU, competition and public procurement
Horten‘s strengths include handling follow-on damage claims, merger control work and infringement investigations. The team is also strong in distribution and competition law matters, advising both private and publicly owned companies and authorities. On the public procurement and state aid side, the group advises several Danish municipalities and is particularly adept at handling issues within the sport, aviation, environment and energy sectors. Practice head Andreas Christensen is a prominent public procurement practitioner, handling several cases before the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement. Annelouise Dalgaard Pedersen and Marie Løvbjerg are other names to note.