Søren Zinck’s main practice area is EU and Danish competition law and state aid.
2016-: Partner, Bruun & Hjejle
2012-2015: Partner, Lett
2012: Admitted to the Danish Supreme Court
2003-2012: Partner, Lind Cadovius
2000: Secondment to the Danish Competition Authority, Legal/International Division
Danish Competition Law Society, Danish Association for European Law, member of the expert committee on competition law set up under the association of Danish Law Firms.
Several articles on competition law.
Danske Bank A/S
DLI (Danish pharmaceutical Information)
Søren Zinck specialises in all aspects of competition law, including in Danish and international cases on merger control, distribution strategies, damages, dominance issues, state aid and cartel investigations, including criminal defense and related investigations. He regularly litigates before the European Court of Justice and the Danish courts, and during recent years he has litigated several of the major, leading Danish competition cases.
Representing Nets in connection with the sale of its A2A infrastructure business and its A2A payment business to Mastercard (ongoing).
Representing Danske Bank in several cases related to the payment sector (ongoing).
Representing Nets in a landmark case on an alleged abuse in the form of exclusivity clauses (ongoing).
Representing several major Danish municipalities in follow-on damage claims related to the Truck cartel (ongoing).
Representing Danish Pig Genetics in several pending court cases regarding alleged breach of competition law (ongoing).
Agriculture, Automobile, Energy, Financial sector, Pharma, Postal services, Railway and
Telecoms, among others.
Scandinavian languages, English and French.
University of Copenhagen
Master of Laws
1988 - 1994
L’Institut d’études européennes, Brussels
License special en droit européen
1991 - 1992