Nina Henningsen is specialised in intellectual property law and media and entertainment law and heads Horten's Media & Entertainment department and the Commercial Law department.

Nina has in-depth industry knowledge, which forms the basis of her advice to leading national and international media clients, e.g. in cases concerning copyright, including clearing of rights in connection with the many new distribution forms of radio, television and music on all platforms, e.g. "catch-up" TV, SVOD and APP's.

Nina has wide experience advising on cases concerning social media, sports rights, e-commerce, television formats, advertising, publisher agreements, telecommunication and computer games. Through the years, she has been involved in a variety of high-profile cases concerning the media and entertainment industry, and she has many years' experience negotiating with administrative organisations.

In addition, Nina has comprehensive experience advising on Danish gaming legislation. Together with a team of committed lawyers, she advises international online game operators and platform providers on all aspects of Danish gaming legislation, including the complicated licence procedure, compliance issues, contract formation and regulatory issues in connection with international transactions.

Nina regularly speaks at national and international conferences and has authored articles in magazines and books. She is also a member of the Committee for Media Industries under the Confederation of Danish Industry and participates in working groups under the Danish Gambling Authority and the Consumer Ombudsman regarding matters pertaining to the online gaming industry.

Nina is mentioned in the following international legal directories:
Legal 500 - Media & Entertainment and Intellectual property  (Leading Individual and Recommended Lawyer)
Chambers - Gaming & Gambling (global-wide) and TMT
Best Lawyers - Media Law

Sources report that she has 'amazing negotiation skills' and is 'very pragmatic and commercial'.<br>

Chambers, 2019

Clients recommend ‘strategic, well-connected’ practice head Nina Henningsen.


She is extremely able and has high ethical standards.


The leading lawyer for gambling issues in Denmark' in part due to her ability to 'think outside the box'

Chambers, 2018