Kromann Reumert is the leading law firm in Denmark with offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus, London and Brussels.
We employ a team of app. 600 dedicated people, who work together to provide quality services for our clients. Currently, our employees include around 320 lawyers covering a long list of practice areas.
Kromann Reumert's legal advice is practical, relevant and individually tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. We believe that the best advice is achieved by working in close cooperation with our clients and developing a thorough knowledge of their business. A collaborative approach enables us to provide workable, operational and value-adding solutions for both the short and long term.
Torben Waage became a partner with Kromann Reumert in 2001. He advises on business transfers, primarily in the information technology and telecom sector, and works with regulatory issues in respect of telecommunication, including competition law aspects, and with telecommunication and information technology agreements such as licence and outsourcing agreements and their competition law impact. Torben has extensive experience in dispute resolution and the creation of international joint ventures. Torben is Kromann Reumert's knowledge Management Partner and he has the overall responsibility for the strategic knowledge management of the company.
Torben Waage obtained his law degrees from the University of Copenhagen (cand. jur.) in 1992 and London University (LL.M.) in 1991. Torben has given lectures on i.a. EU law at the University of Copenhagen (1992-1997) and has also been employed with Linklaters & Paines in Brussels. Torben is the author of a number of articles on telecommunications and information technology.
Right of audience before the Danish High Court 1998
Amalie Paludan joined Kromann Reumert in 2017. Amalie advises tech companies and venture capitalists on the specific issues that face startups and scaleups, including venture investments, company law, contracts and exits/M&A. She also provides specialist advice on the introduction and operation of share-based payment and incentive schemes like warrants.
Amalie obtained her law degree from the University of Copenhagen in 2017 and studied at UC Hastings in San Francisco in 2016 as well as Humboldt University in Berlin in 2013. Amalie has a background in online marketing and sales with a growth company.
Amalie is currently teaching IT Law at the University of Copenhagen.