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Moalem Weitemeyer is a leading Corporate/M&A and Disputes law firm in Denmark and the Nordics. Our Firm has a reputation for providing exceptional legal advice and for being uncompromisingly available to our clients.
M&A is the core of our business. Our attorneys advise on the most comprehensive and complex transactions in Scandinavia. We advise on all aspects of corporate and securities law. We are a leading Disputes practice. We bring a technical strength and a commercial awareness to our work that consistently achieves outstanding results, in and out of court.
Moalem Weitemeyer has close and well-developed relationships with several leading law firms in all key jurisdictions: from the best firms in Scandinavia, Germany and London to the leading firms on Wall Street and in Palo Alto. We are not a member of any alliance of law firms.
T. +45 33 77 90 90
M.+45 30 37 96 90
Mattias Vilhelm Warnøe Nielsen
T. +45 33 77 90 95
M.+45 30 37 96 95
Banking & Finance
Capital Markets: Debt
Capital markets: Equity
Media & Entertainment
Restructuring & Insolvency
9 December 2020, the Danish Business Authority published the proposed new Danish Act on Screening of Foreign Direct Investments in Denmark (the “Act”) for market participant consultation purposes. The consultation process deadline is 6 January 2020. Moalem Weitemeyer expects to issue a hearing statement on the proposed Act and is currently in dialogue with the […]
(Denmark, June 2020) Since submitting the annual reports for 2015, commercial funds have had to consider the Recommendations on Corporate Governance (the “Recommendations”) on a “comply-or-explain” basis. This has meant that commercial funds that have chosen to not follow one or more parts of the Recommendations have had to give an account therefore. In June […]
(Denmark, June 2020) Businesses and organisations are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of operating in an environmentally and socially responsible way. Many have committed to soft law codices in which they undertake to achieve certain benchmarks such as CO2 reduction or increased use of recyclable materials. The need for sustainable financing products has emerged in […]
(Denmark, July 2020) In May 2020, the General Court of the European Union (the “Court”) overturned the European Commission’s decision to prohibit the merger between CK Hutchison’s Three and Telefonica’s O2 UK in 2016. The decision itself as well as the Court’s argumentation are significant reminders to the European Commission (the “Commission”) to act very carefully […]