Magnusson Denmark is absolutely thrilled to welcome litigation and arbitration star, Dan Stampe-Terkildsen, onboard as new equity partner who will join as of today from Lundgrens law firm and head the litigation, dispute resolution and arbitration practice at Magnusson Denmark going forward. Dan is one of the most well-known, highly respected and skilled experts in domestic and international commercial litigation, dispute resolution and arbitration. Dan has also vast experience as an arbitrator in both domestic and international arbitration disputes and has been the author of several articles and books in this practice area. Dan has also lectured at both the Faculty of Law of University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School in International Commercial Arbitration Law.

With more than 6 years as partner at Lundgrens, 11,5 years as founding partner at Danders & More and 9 years as partner at the international law firm, Osborne Clarke, Dan will add tremendous value to our firm with his litigation and arbitration business and enhance our international contacts and cross-border experience even further.

Managing Partner Sam Jalaei and Head of Corporate M&A states:

“I am absolutely delighted and honored to welcome Dan to our firm and couldn’t be more excited about being able to have such a great individual, capacity and skilled lawyer joining our team. I have had the pleasure of knowing Dan for several years and know that he shares our values and strategy. We have been in dialogue for more than a year and I am so thrilled and happy about the future we’ll build together with rest of our great colleagues. To be able to attract such a brilliant partner colleague showcases the trust we are blessed with.”

Equity Partner and Head of Litigation and Arbitration, Dan Stampe-Terkildsen states:

“I have through my discussions with Magnusson felt the firms ambition to grow and a work environment with entusiasm and mutual trust. It was for me too tempting to have the opportunity to work in a truly international set up again.”