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The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 - Top Tier Firm

The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 - Top Tier Firm

The Legal 500 EMEA 2016 - Leading Firm

The Legal 500 EMEA 2016 - Leading Firm

About us

Our Danish office provides specialist insurance law services to Scandinavian and international insurers. Our expert advice is based on a deep understanding of the insurance market in this region.

We advise on all aspects of insurance law and litigation, including corporate insurance, policy wording, coverage advice and compliance. We have significant experience in resolving high value and complex claims, covering public liability, directors’ and officers’ liability, professional indemnity and as counsel for leading C20 companies.

Although we focus on the insurance sector, we also work with clients in the aviation, construction and engineering, public sector, shipping, rail and retail sectors.

We work closely with our colleagues across our international network of offices in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East. Our Scandinavian presence is strengthened by our close relationship with associated offices Kogstad Lunde & Co in Norway and NorelidHolm in Sweden. We work together to provide a seamless legal service in Scandinavia and beyond.

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7 February 2018
We are pleased to announce that we have strengthened our commercial litigation capabilities with the arrival of a four-strong team to our Lima office, headed by Tabata Arteta who joins as a partner.
5 February 2018
We are pleased to announce that our significant growth in Australia has continued with the appointment of a large team of healthcare and employment law specialists — including three partners, six lawyers and four support staff – formerly of TressCox. They join our Melbourne office today.
8 January 2018
Ten or so years ago, insurers began slowly to ask their legal advisors about technology and innovation. In those early days, such matters were generally addressed as part of a legal services tender. The questions themselves, perhaps by today’s standards, could be said to have been naïve. They included, “tell us what you mean by innovation”, or “what guidance can you give to us about innovating for the future”.
 

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