Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen
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Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen is a dedicated Danish corporate law firm with strong international relations.With approximately 40 highly skilled employees we are one of Denmark’s leading law firms within M&A, private equity and venture capital, real estate and distressed M&A.
At Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen, we believe in dedication without compromise. This means that we are always available to our clients, partners being no exception. Our advice to our clients is cantered on their specific and strategic needs and goals.
We take pride in training our attorneys to call our clients instead of emailing them and to visit our clients instead of calling them. To us, client relations are professional social relations that are best developed and maintained by a continual investment of our time and genuine interest.
Our attorneys receive a broad education with individual development of key competences relevant to our clients. We have an extensive secondment programme with leading law firms worldwide as well as with several of our clients, which provides our attorneys with the opportunity to learn even more about the specific businesses as well as the legal and commercial needs of our clients. While this strengthens the professional and international skills of the individual attorney, it also enables the firm to remain professionally updated on the international market developments in a globalized world.
T. +45 33 77 90 10
M.+45 30 37 96 10
T. +45 33 77 90 90
M.+45 30 37 96 90
Claus Molbech Bendtsen
T. +45 33 77 90 60
M.+45 30 37 96 60
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