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ILN Firm of the Month – DAHL Law Firm, Denmark!

This month’s firm of the month is our Danish member, DAHL Law Firm! Congratulations to all of our friends in Denmark!


Member of the International Lawyers Network

 The ILN is proud to announce our latest “Firm of the Month” – DAHL Law Firm!

DAHL is a full-service business law firm with a national and international focus. DAHL has 200 employees in total and a legal staff of 100, placing DAHL among the 6 largest law firms in Denmark.

DAHL has five offices in Denmark.

DAHL has a significant practice covering Finance law, Company law, Competition law, Employment law, Energy law, EU law, Insolvency, Insurance and tort, Intellectual property, IT and telecom, Media and marketing, M&A, Procurement law, Public law, Real property, Tax law. DAHL is a mod-ern firm with a high focus on delivering high quality service “to the point”.

The working languages of the firm are English, German, French and the Scandinavian languages. 


Full descriptions of DAHL’s  services, expertise, and lawyer profiles are available on their ILN profile.


Lindsay Griffiths
Director of Global Relationship Management
International Lawyers Network

Lindsay Griffiths

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Main Contacts:

Henning von Lillienskjold

Henning von Lillienskjold

Telephone: +45 88 91 94 15

Practice Groups:
Corporate, Commercial

sidebar-divider.gifFrederik Bruhn

Frederik Bruhn
Telephone: +45 88 91 98 11

Practice Groups:
Corporate, Commercial, IT & IP

sidebar-divider.gifKlaus Kjaer

Klaus Kjær
Telephone: +45 88 91 89 26

Practice Groups:
Corporate, Commercial, Construction Law

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Søren Wolder Knudsen
Telephone: +45 88 91 92 45

Practice Groups:
IT and IP, Competition law

Alan Griffiths

DAHL joined the ILN in 2006, and have been providing excellence from the very start. Their dedication to the Network and its growth continues to be essential.

Alan Griffiths
Executive Director
International Lawyers Network


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General Counsel Corner: Selection Process for Outside Counsel

For our second installment of our General Counsel Corner, I’m very pleased to welcome a GC from the Baltics!

Risto Hübner works as the General Counsel / Head of Legal for Nortal, which is the largest software development company in the Baltics. You can learn more about Nortal on their website here:

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LinkedIn or Left Out – A Recap

I’m bringing you another recap from LMA14 today – this one focused on “LinkedIn…or Left Out? An Opportunity to Big for Smart Firms to Ignore.” The session description reads:

LinkedIn is radically changing the way General Counsel evaluates outside firms. Greentarget’s 2013 social media survey found that two-thirds of in-house counsel use LinkedIn on a weekly basis. LinkedIn threatens to sideline firms who ignore its impact, and presents an opportunity for firms who mobilize their partnerships to embrace social business. In this panel, we’ll explore how leading firms are using LinkedIn to burnish their brands, enhance attorney reputations, and continuously engage clients with thought leadership.” 

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Week of April 7, 2014 on ILNToday – A Roundup!

It’s been a crazy week here at the ILN, so I must admit to be a bit relieved to see Friday! Between catching up after LMA, following up on all the great conversations and programming from the conference, and prepping for what is going to be an incredible ILN Annual conference, saying it was “hectic” would be an understatement!

So, grab a cup of coffee, take a breather, and check out our top posts for this week on ILNToday!

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US General Counsel: Global Needs for Outside Counsel

On Friday morning, LMA delegates gathered to hear the annual general counsel panel, “U.S. General Counsel Discuss Global Needs for Outside Counsel: Is Your Firm on Their Short List?”

The program description read:

This panel of general counsel will discuss high priority needs, challenges and concerns related to managing a large law department.  In addition, the panel will discuss the complexities…related to managing a remote professional staff who work outside the United States. Topics covered will include: 

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Wondering Wednesdays: How Much is Too Much on Social Media?

In our latest installment of Wondering Wednesdays, I answer the question “How much is too much when it comes to social media?”

I see three areas where there might be “too much:”

  • Too much “you”
  • Too much content
  • Too much enthusiasm
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Takeaways from "Quick Fixes: Innovative Solutions in Law Firm Business Development"

On Friday, we had an excellent, excellent panel following lunch with some truly brilliant people – moderator Nancy Mangan of Wicker Park Group chatted with Paul Malanowski (@pmalanowski) of Saul Ewing, Melanie Green (@melaniegreen) of Faegre Baker Daniels, and Dave Bruns (@dbruns) of Farella Braun + Martel about some of the innovative things they do to combat the most prevalent problems in business development. 

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Key Takeaways from "Can the C-Suite Lead the Social Media Law Firm?"

The very last session I went to before our wrap up at LMA14 was “Can the C-Suite Lead the Social Media Law Firm?” with presenters Deborah Grabein (@dgrabein) of Andrews Kurth and Michael Hertz (@michaelhertz) of White & Case and moderator Kevin O’Keefe (@kevinokeefe) of LexBlog.

The description of the session in the conference book reads:

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Two for Tuesdays: Using LMA14 to be a Better Marketer

I’ll be kicking off my recaps starting a bit later this afternoon, but first, I want to bring you a Two for Tuesdays, courtesy of a couple of great things I heard at LMA14. If you really listen to those in the LMA who are smart, thoughtful, hardworking and constantly challenging and improving themselves, you end up learning a lot and being a better marketer yourself. 

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LMA14 – It’s a Wrap!

LMA14 is gone as quickly as it arrived, and it’s left me feeling like I’ve been hit by a truck! As I expected, the networking and the programming were the two most valuable pieces for me, and there are many, many things I’ll be sharing with you all here on Zen in the coming days. 

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