Anders Valentin is Head of Horten's Life Science and Healthcare sector. He advises Danish and international enterprises within all areas of intellectual property law and Life Science & Healthcare focusing on law enforcement and agreements. Anders has specialist expertise in patent law and cases concerning product imitation, including injunction and preservation of evidence as well as coordination of international litigation.

Anders is a lecturer of Intellectual Property Law at the University of Copenhagen and co-founder and head of the Nordic intellectual property law moot trials as well as part-time lecturer at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts - The School of Design in the subject Design Law. He has written several articles and provided input to international works of reference concerning IPR. Anders also contributes regularly for Denmark at the  Kluwer Patent Blog.

Anders is mentioned in the following international legal directories:

International Advisory Expert Awards 2019 - Intellectual Property
Legal 500 - Intellectual Property (Recommended Lawyer)
Chambers - Intellectual Property
Best Lawyers - Intellectual Property Law - Patent
ILO Client Choice Award 2015 - Litigation
Who's Who Legal - Patent Litigation og Life Sciences: Regulatory
IAM Patent 1000 - Litigation and Transaction
IP Stars - Trade mark star & Patent star

Anders Valentin is 'keen on giving excellent service to clients and truly observant to their needs'.

IAM Patent 1000, 2019

He stands out for his accessibility, punctuality, and for thinking on his feet.

Chambers, 2019

Certainly up there with the best litigators in Denmark, Anders Valentin leads a powerful IP team. He is a clever lawyer whose courtroom performance and transactional proficiency is essential to multinationals including Synthon and Chemo: Friendly, experienced and client focused, he understands complex issues and responds with creative solutions.

IAM Patent 1000, 2018

He is an excellent lawyer who is never too busy to respond to urgent enquiries, nor to provide follow-up advice after a successful outcome.

Chambers, 2018