Trine Lindenskov Andersen
Malene Graff advises primarily on municipal and administrative law and public-private co-operation (PPC).
She especially advises municipalities, other public authorities and municipally owned companies within a wide range of areas relating to public law, including the rules on the local government mandate, municipal companies, issues relating to the municipalities' establishment and operation of companies and organisation and restructuring of public companies and supply utilities.
Malene has special experience advising in cases concerning municipalities’ establishment of public limited companies, associations and foundations, preparation of articles of association and the subsequent management, etc. She has also advised on several matters concerning municipal support to sports and culture, inter-municipal cooperation and the framework of sale and production of municipal services, e.g. food delivery services and know-how.
She also often advises on the access to documents, promotion of trade and the scope of the The Youth and Adult Education Act.
From her previous employment with the Social Complaints Board, Malene has experience advising on issues relating to social law and questions and case handling relating to administrative law. In addition, she was wide experience working with the law in a political context from her previous employment with the Ministry of the Interior and Health and Dansk Erhverv (the Danish Chamber of Commerce).
Malene is mentioned in the following international legal directories:
Legal500 - Media and entertainment and Telecoms (Recommended Lawyer)
Strengthened and simplified promotion of trade and industry
4 June 2018
Two new specialised attorneys at Horten
31 January 2018
Municipalities cannot take out insurance covering volunteers - yet
2 May 2016
After the legal action concerning road charges
12 February 2016
Subsidies to agricultural activities covered by the local government mandate
9 February 2016
Supreme Court: Decisions concerning road charges were invalid
5 February 2016