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Associate
Aarhus

Mathias Rose Svendsen

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Mathias Rose Svendsen specialises in energy, supply and infrastructure

Mathias Rose Svendsen has many years of experience advising Danish and non-Danish players, including private equity funds, manufacturers and distributors, on transactions, investments and regulatory issues within the fields of energy, supply and infrastructure. 

Mathias combines a strong academic background with industry-specific advice, particularly focusing on renewable energy and cleantech, and he has assisted several players with respect to investments, transactions and disputes within his area of expertise. Mathias's experience also includes the oil and gas sectors, and his clients include public authorities and public-owned enterprises.

Mathias uses his knowledge of transaction processes and industry-specific regulatory issues to ensure the balance between law and the client's commercial objectives. 

Besides practising law, Mathias is the author of several legal articles within various legal subjects and, since 2015, he has been an active co-writer of Karnov's Annotated Code of Laws. Accordingly, he has drafted several statutory annotations, including the Danish Consolidation of the Act on Electricity Supply, the Danish Continental Shelf Act and the Danish Natural Gas Supply Act.

 


The Team

Energy and Supply

  • Energy and Supply
  • Infrastructure
  • Environment
  • Public Law & Administration
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Engagements

  • Karnov Group, editor and legal commentary.

Publications

  • U.2018B.159, Spaltningshæftelsens betingelser og omfang., Karnov Group, 2018. Article
  • Conflicts of EU law and Danish national law and the right to vote in parliamentary elections., European Review of Public Law ERPL/REDP, 2018. Article
  • U 2016B.116, Umyndiggørelse, værgemål og Danmarks internationale forpligtelser., Karnov Group, 2016. Article
  • U 2015B.191, Forfatningsretlige begrænsninger i adgangen til at overlade myndighedsudøvelse til private., Kronov Group, 2015. Article
  • Constitutional Limitations on the Competence to Entrust the Exercise of Authority to Private Entities, European Constitutional Law Review, Cambridge University Press, 2019. Article

Education and language

  • Admission to practice law
  • Master of Laws
  • LLM
  • Education abroad: University of California, Berkeley
  • English
  • Spanish