Asger Heine Jensen

Partner

Horten

Dir: +45 33344387

Mob: +45 52344387

Secretary: Mette Brøndum Andersen


Asger Heine Jensen has extensive experience with commercialisation and enforcement of intellectual property rights. He advises foreign and Danish companies whose business revolve around IP rights on e.g. R&D matters, joint ventures, licensing, investment, private placements, M&A and transactional matters. He has extensive legal and commercial experience with respect to advising clients within the IT and Media and Entertainment segments, and his practice includes numerous computer game producers.

Asger is an experienced litigator, and he has over the years represented numerous domestic and international clients in both IP and commercial litigations before arbitration courts and national courts, including the Supreme Court, as well as the European Court of Justice.

Asger is mentioned in the following international legal directories:

CV

Career

Certified IT attorney, 2016
Partner, Horten, 2014
Right of audience before the Supreme Court, 2004
Equity Partner, Delacour, 2003-2014
Self-employed lawyer, 2001-2002
Associate lawyer, Plesner, 1995-2001
Right of audience before the High Courts, 1998
Admitted to the Danish bar, 1998

Education

LL.M., University of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 1999
Master of Laws, the University of Aarhus, Denmark, 1995
Julius Maximilian Universität, Würzburg, Germany, 1994-1995

Positions of trust

Member of the three-member Copyright License Tribunal (By appointment of the Danish Ministry of Culture)
Member of the panel of IP experts under the Danish Bar Association

Languages

English
German

Legal 500

Green Tech Challenge 2017

27 September 2017

Horten supports the Green Tech Challenge with a team of advisors and a financial contribution. The Green Tech Challenge supports a number of selected Nordic tech companies with a strong sustainable agenda to optimise their businesses.

European ip rights in Great Britain after Brexit

19 September 2017

Great Britain's exit from the EU will create uncertainty for both British and EU27 companies in relation to the extent and protection of intellectual property rights in Great Britain. It is therefore of great interest and importance to clarify the consequences of Great Britain’s exit and how to handle them.

The edtech company Labster announces Series A investment

7 September 2017

Labster recently announced a Series A investment round of $ 10 million with the participation of the venture capital funds Balderton Capital and Northzone.