Jakob Tingskov is a very experienced litigator and plays a central role as partner in Horten's Litigation team. He is specialised within complex and international litigation and arbitration concerning a wide range of commercial matters, including post-M&A disputes, insurance matters and contract interpretation and damages. Jakob also has wide experience conducting litigation concerning financial or insolvency issues.

Jakob is B. com. in accounting and business finance and possesses an exceptionally good understanding of financial statements. He is especially good at presenting cases with complex facts and law easily - an ability which leads to favourable results in Jakob’s cases.

Jakob is often appointed trustee. He is a member of the Danish Debt Collection Agency’s panel of lawyers and has administered a large number of bankruptcy estates over the years. Consequently, Jakob has obtained wide experience conducting litigation concerning voidable transactions and managerial liability.

Jesper is mentioned in the following international directories:
Legal 500: Dispute Resolution (Recommended Lawyer)

Jakob’s most recent cases include:

  • Representing a major listed bank in England in a dispute with SKAT.
  • Representing a major insurance company in England in a dispute with Alpha Insurance A/S in bankruptcy.
  • Representing an Icelandic food manufacturer in a dispute with a Danish packaging manufacturer.
  • Representing a listed Swedish pharmaceutical company in an M&A dispute with Danish and German opponents.
  • Representing a Danish IT company in a dispute with the minority shareholders in a French subsidiary.
  • Representing a major listed Dutch bank in a dispute with the bankruptcy estates of O.W. Bunker.
  • Representing a major listed Dutch bank in a dispute with a Danish credit insurance company.
  • Representing a major listed German technology company in a dispute with Danish industrial group.
  • Representing a bankrupt Danish shipping company in a dispute concerning voidable transactions and managerial liability.