Provided by Gorrissen Federspiel
Gorrissen Federspiel has one of Denmark’s largest and leading competition law teams. We have extensive experience advising our clients on all aspects of EU law as well as competition and procurement law.
We have specialised in offering practicable implementable advice to our clients on all issues relating to Danish and EU competition law, procurement law, state aid and other areas of EU law. We assist our clients whenever competition challenges arise with the competition authorities in Denmark and the EU, and we regularly represent clients in Danish courts and before the EU courts in Luxembourg.
Gorrissen Federspiel is an exceptional firm, noted for advising on merger control filings, cartel investigations and state aid cases, as well as advocacy matters before the EU courts and European Commission. The legal team has extensive experience in competition-related litigation and public procurement mandates. The department includes an in-house economic analysis team, handling merger assessments and actions for damages. The law firm's enviable client base features a multitude of high-profile domestic and international organisations from several sectors, including financial services, manufacturing, transportation and media.
- Advised P27 Nordic Payments on competition law aspects, including merger control filings, of the establishment of a pan-Nordic infrastructure.
Managing partner Martin André Dittmer is a market-leading practitioner who regularly handles merger control issues and transactional work for clients, in addition to offering them the benefit of his expertise in abuse of dominance cases. "Martin Dittmer delivers advice of a very high level of sophistication - with a distinct understanding of the client's specific needs in changing circumstances," according to one interviewee.
Erik Kjær-Hansen is praised by clients for "offering prompt, sound and to-the-point legal advice." He is an established market-presence adept at handling state aid disputes, abuse of dominance and anti-competitive practice cases while also handling public procurement processes.