Josephine Alsing advises Danish and international companies in matters relating to competition law, state aid and procurement law. Josephine is particularly experienced in cases concerning abuse of a dominant position, agreements restricting competition and state aid.
Litigation is a particular focus area for Josephine and she has successfully represented clients before Danish courts. Josephine assists companies with complex and comprehensive competition law disputes in relation to, inter alia, judicial review of competition authorities' decisions and claims for damages for infringement of competition law. She also assists clients with cases before the Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal and the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement.
Josephine is active in Danish and international networks within competition law and state aid and gives presentations in these areas.
Josephine is involved in a number of significant cases, including the following:
Action for damages involving considerable sums as a consequence of a company's alleged abuse of a dominant position.
Judicial review of the competition authorities' decision on companies' access to form consortia under competition law.
Leading case on the interpretation of the provision in the Danish Sale of Goods Act regarding replacement delivery in a situation where a brand-new product is replaced by a product consisting partly of used components.
Career and education
Gorrissen Federspiel 2015 -
Bruun & Hjejle 2009 - 2015
Admitted to the Danish Bar 2016
Master of Law, University of Copenhagen, 2013