Investigations, court cases, and arbitration
Attorney’s investigations in order til clarify and analyse complex processes.
Attorney’s investigations for the Danish state:
The state owned shares in the bus company Combus that had financial problems and therefore, was provided with substantial state funds. The investigation included the Department of Transport’s management of the ownership of Combus to assess whether criticisable circumstances were present. Included an assessment of the rules/standards, which should be applied with regards to public ownership of companies. The investigation was set in motion because of a critical report from the National Audit Office of Denmark.
Another critical report from the National Audit Office of Denmark was the cause of an examination of the IT expenses of the Ministry of Church Affairs, which had been increasing considerably over a period of years. The purpose of this investigation was to shed some light on the background for this increase and to assess whether criticisable circumstances were present.
Enquirer in the Stateless Case (around 70,000 and 30,000 pages formed the basis of the examinations). The case regarded statements of citizenship to stateless people staying in Denmark.
During my years as an attorney, I have acted as a companion for senior administration officials in a multitude of public investigation cases.
I have conducted a large number of cases at Danish courts of law and have right of audience before the high courts and the Supreme Court.
I have conducted four cases on behalf of the European Commission at the European Court of Justice, especially within the energy area.