Mr Stefan Reinel > NJORD Law Firm > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile

NJORD Law Firm
PILESTRÆDE 58
DK-1112 COPENHAGEN K
Denmark
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Work Department

German Nordic Legal, Corporate Law, Employment and Labour Law, Franchising and Distribution, Life Sciences and Healthcare, and Dispute Resolution, Energy, Criminal Law

Position

Stefan Reinel specialises in international and German legal matters and has advised on Danish-German legal matters for more than 25 years.

Stefan Reinel is primarily engaged in counselling within business and corporate law, and Stefan is attorney for the German, Austrian and Swiss Embassy. Further, Stefan is an assigned defence counsel and is handling various business criminal cases.

Further, Stefan Reinel is teaching German law at the courses of the Danish Bar and Law Society and Translatørforeningen.

Stefan Reinel is a member of NJORD’s executive committee.

Career

NJORD Law Firm, partner (2015-); MAQS Law Firm, partner (2013-2014); Bang + Regnarsen Advokater, partner, chairman (2006-2012); The Eastern High Court, attorney-appointed high court judge (2001); External lecturer in German law, University of Copenhagen (1991); Advokatfirmaet Nebelong & Partnere, partner (1990-2005); Dansk-Tysk Handelskammer (Danish-German Chamber of Commerce),head of legal section (1986-1990); External lecturer in property law, University of Copenhagen (1983-1989); Advokatfirmaet Per Federspiel, assistant attorney (1983-1986)

Languages

Danish, German, and English

Memberships

Stefan is the chairman of the German School of Sankt Petri and of Dansk-tysk Industri- og Handelsklub

Education

Fachanwalt für Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht (certified specialist for international commercial law) (2015); Admitted to the Supreme Court of Denmark (2001); Admitted to appear before the Kammergericht, Berlin (2000); Rechtsanwalt (German attorney) (1994); LL.M. from the Christian Albrechts Universität, Kiel (1988); British Council Scholarship at Kings College, London (1986); Admitted to the Danish Bar (1986); University of Aarhus, Master of Law (1983)