Mr Thomas Weitemeyer > Moalem Weitemeyer > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile

Moalem Weitemeyer
AMALIEGADE 3-5
1256 COPENHAGEN
Denmark

Work Department

Disputes & Investigations

Position

Attorney-at-law, Founder, Managing Partner

Career

2014
Right of audience before the Danish Supreme Court

2008
Moalem Weitemeyer

2004
Right of audience before the Danish High Court

Languages

Danish and English

Memberships

Thomas is a certified insolvency attorney by Danske Insolvens Advokater (the association of Danish insolvency attorneys) and International Bar Association (IBA). He is a member of the Danish Arbitration Association.

Education

2004
Admission to the bar

2001
Master of Laws, University of Copenhagen

1999
Bachelor of Laws, University of Copenhagen

Personal

Thomas is a founder of the Firm and the Firm’s Managing Partner. He also heads the Disputes & Investigations practice. Thomas engages in distressed and real estate M&A and he conducts litigation and arbitration of commercial disputes.

Lawyer Rankings

Denmark > Insolvency

Moalem Weitemeyer‘s restructuring and insolvency department provides advice relating to distressed M&A and also acts in dispute resolution and arbitration proceedings. Major banks and financial institutions make up the firm’s impressive client base, including Danske Bank and Nordea Bank. Practice head Thomas Weitemeyer has experience representing former members of management in cases regarding the imposition of disqualification orders.

Denmark > Real estate and construction

Moalem Weitemeyer is noted for its expertise in social housing and has expertise in the full spectrum of real estate transactions, including the restructuring of distressed real estate portfolios, financing matters and M&A work. Thomas Weitemeyer and Frantz Sigersted-Rasmussen co-head the practice, with the latter primarily representing domestic and international real estate investors, asset managers and developers.

Denmark > Dispute resolution

Moalem Weitemeyer handles D&O liability claims, M&A disputes and contractual issues in property and construction cases. The group also has experience in insolvency proceedings, representing creditors and bankruptcy estates. Thomas Weitemeyer and Frantz Sigersted-Rasmussen co-head the department and have extensive experience in commercial litigation and arbitration.