Nicolai Dyhr advises on restructuring, insolvency and general credit issues. He has in-depth experience safeguarding creditor interests in distressed undertakings and as a restructuring administrator and trustee. Nicolai Dyhr is among the lawyers in Denmark having conducted most restructuring proceedings according to the new rules of the Bankruptcy Act.
Nicolai also advises on all aspects relating to commercial law, including rationalisation, financial reorganisation, acquisitions and restructuring of insolvent enterprises. He is an experienced litigator and has substantial lecturing experience from courses as well as the University of Copenhagen and the Copenhagen Business School.
Nicolai Dyhr is mentioned in the following international directories:
Chambers - Restructuring/Insolvency
Legal500 - Insolvency (Recommended Lawyer)
Deeply focused to ensure the work is being done and deadlines are being met.
Huge capacity when it comes to working with complex cases.
He has a very positive mindset and is focused on finding solutions.
He is a good strategic thinker.
He is very effective and does an extraordinary job towards clients, he has a good relationship with them.
New rankings from Chambers Europe
3 April 2020
Useful tips for distressed companies during the COVID-19 crisis
27 March 2020
New judgments concerning personal restructuring proceedings
26 February 2020
When may a trustee be replaced?
28 October 2019
Letters of comfort - when are they binding?
26 September 2019
The former management of Amagerbanken must pay multi-million compensation
1 July 2019
Horten recognised as leading law firm by Legal 500
12 April 2019
New rankings from Chambers
11 March 2019
Recent High Court judgments reject “luxury debt restructuring”
5 April 2018
The Supreme Court approves flexible agreements concerning provision of security to bankruptcy estates
23 March 2018
When is a floating company charge accepted?
20 September 2016
New fundamental ruling on accumulated bankruptcy restriction orders
5 September 2016
A/B Duegården was allowed to go bankrupt
11 May 2016
Bill to amend the Act on recovery of debt adopted after SKAT's problems with EFI
20 November 2015