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Legal Notice and Disclaimer

Holm Thomsen Law ApS is a private limited company organised under the laws of Denmark with Central Business Register no. (CVR no.) 44210088. 

The business is operated from the address:
Njalsgade 21F, 1st floor
2300 Copenhagen S 

All Holm/Thomsen Law’s lawyers are admitted to practice law by the Department of Civil Affairs and are members of the Danish Bar and Law Society (Advokatsamfundet). As such, the lawyers are subject to the code of conduct of the Danish Bar and Law Society. Further all lawyers are subject to the Danish Administration of Justice Act article 126. 

Download the code of conduct of the Danish Bar and Law Society here or read more at 

You may contact Holm/Thomsen Law at tel. +45 21908006 or via email to [email protected].

Our client account is in:

Danske Bank. 3409
Account no.: 3411899578

Holm/Thomsen Law has taken out liability insurance for all its lawyers with the insurance company: 

Hammerensgade 6, 1.
1267 København K.

Tlf. +45 3313 1533

The liability insurance covers all legal practice regardless of where such practice takes place.

CNA/Hardy is furthermore a guarantor for Holm/Thomsen Law in favour of the Danish Bar and Law Society, see article 62 of the Articles of the Danish Bar and Law Society.

Holm/Thomsen Law’s general terms of business stipulate, see clause 9, that disputes are subject to Danish law and must be heard by the City Court of Aarhus.

In the event of a dispute about the fee settlement charged by Holm Thomsen Law, the client can complain about the fee to the Disciplinary Board of the Danish Bar and Law Society, Kronprinsessegade 28, 1306 Copenhagen K,

The Disciplinary Board of the Danish Bar and Law society also has competence to deal with conduct complaints against lawyers.

Money laundry legistration

Like all other Danish law firms and a number of other different types of companies, Holm/Thomsen Law is subject to the regulations of the “Money Laundering Act”. The official title of this Act is “Consolidated Act no. 806 of 6 August 2009 on Measures to Prevent Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism”. The purpose of the Money Laundering Act is to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorism. In pursuance of the Money Laundering Act, attorneys and law firms are obliged to collect and store proof of clients’ identity in certain types of cases. We will evaluate this in connection with the initiation of the case. If the case falls under the regulation then clients will be asked to provide personal documentation, usually a passport or driving license, and their full address when we open and conduct cases for them.