The three partners will boost the Shipping/Offshore/Transportation, Disupute Resolution and Banking & Finance practice groups.
Three internal candidates will join the Gorrissen Federspiel partner group after the New Year: Johan Casper Hennings, Søren Henriksen and Tina Herbing. They have all pursued their entire careers with the firm.
”We are very pleased to welcome three talented attorneys to the partner group. Each will bring new skills and perspectives to the partner group. They are familiar faces who have all pursued their careers at Gorrissen Federspiel and with whom we therefore share strong professional ties and values,” says Managing Partner Martin André Dittmer.
In addition to ensuring the ongoing renewal of the partner group, the three newly appointed partners will strengthen the Shipping/Offshore/Transportation, Dispute Resolution and Banking & Finance practice groups.
”We are leaders in all three areas. We want to maintain and expand this position, and the new partners will be an important element in achieving this,” explains Martin André Dittmer.
Gorrissen Federspiel’s partner group appointed the new partners on Thursday evening.
They will join on 1 January 2023.
Johan Casper Hennings holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Copenhagen from 2013. Prior to that, he completed an LL.M. in International Commercial Law at King’s College London.
Johan has been part of Gorrissen Federspiel since law school. He is currently associated with the firm’s Shipping/Offshore/Transportation practice group, where he advises Danish and international clients in the maritime industry.
Johan has acquired industry knowledge and insight into clients’ commercial needs through long-term secondments with two of Denmark’s largest and leading shipping companies. First with Maersk and most recently with Hafnia at the shipping company’s Singapore office.
Johan specialises in shipping-related transactions, financing projects, regulatory matters and commercial contracts.
In his private life, Johan Casper Hennings is engaged to his girlfriend Adelaide, with whom he has three children: Halfdan (6), Isidora (3) and Sigfred (0). The family lives in Charlottenlund
Søren Henriksen holds a Master of Laws degree from Aarhus University from 2012 and an LL.M. in Competition Law from King’s College London from 2011. After completing his studies, he joined Gorrissen Federspiel and in 2019 he was seconded to Mannheimer Swartling in Stockholm.
As part of Gorrissen Federspiel’s Dispute Resolution practice group, Søren has advised on and led one of the longest and most complex damages cases concerning managerial liability in financial institutions in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
He has also been part of the defence team in one of the first stock exchange damages cases in the secondary market. Søren has also advised in a number of international arbitration cases.
Søren Henriksen lives with his girlfriend Sara in Nørrebro, Copenhagen.
Tina Herbing holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Copenhagen from 2003 and has been part of Gorrissen Federspiel since then. Tina was resident in London from 2007 to 2009, where she studied for an LL.M., qualified as an English solicitor and was seconded to the international law firm Slaughter & May.
Tina Herbing specialises in banking and finance law and advises on all aspects of debt financing, including sustainable financing. This area is growing due to increased attention to climate, environment and sustainability.
In addition, Tina has advised on both the banking and corporate sides of several restructurings in recent years. Tina also advises on all matters relating to derivative financial instruments, including advice on standard master agreements and Danish rules on netting and provision of financial security.
In her private life, Tina Herbing is married to her husband Michael. Together they have the children Ella (13) and Anton (9). The family lives in Frederiksberg.