Attorney-at-law, Partner

Morten Samuelsson

Morten Samuelson provides advice with a special focus on “economic issues” (counselor responsibilities, including with respect to financial advice, economic crime, directors responsibilities, etc.), capital markets, insurance, tort and pensions. He also acts as an arbitrator, here among in international cases.

Additionally, Morten is both a speaker and an author, having written articles for the Journal of Justice, Judicial Business magazine and others on various topics. He is also the author of Real Estate Responsibility (1990), Act on Insurance Mediation, commentary (2009) and (as co-author) Adviser Responsibility (1993) and Board of Responsibility (1997).


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Morten Samuelsson – His knowledge and competences are outstanding, and you can always rely on his recommendations. Also he has a very good understanding of the client’s needs, and always answers swiftly and gives the client and claim his full attention. He is just a pleasant down to earth person.

He is very focused on insurance litigation and questions; he is very experienced in this sector. He is also available

He is clever and strategic. He is able to pin down the problem, find a solution and present it so you know exactly what to do and where to go from there

His level of service, sophistication and commercial awareness exceeds our expectations

Morten is very straightforward, even when the difficult issues are being discussed

Morten is outstanding in his service and knowledge. He understands the insurance industry, including international aspects

He has excellent communication skills and a sharp analytical mind

He foresees problems, analyses them and gives clear and precise recommendations

He is esteemed as a litigation expert who is very strategic and knowledgeable

Morten is 'an expert in his field', say clients, who add that they 'feel in very safe hands with him'

Career and education

  • 2013
    Partner (equity), Mazanti-Andersen
  • 2011
    Partner, Samuelsson Neugebauer & Partnere
  • 2008
    Professor, Copenhagen Business School
  • 2003
    Partner, Kromann Reumert
  • 1999
    Partner, Samuelsson Neugebauer
  • 1993
    Assistant to the State Attorney for Special Economic Crimes
  • 1993
    Admitted to the Supreme Court
  • 1992
    Intern, Haight Gardner Poor & Havens (now Holland Knight), New York City
  • 1990
    Lic. jur. (Ph.D.), University of Copenhagen
  • 1988
    Partner, Lett & Co. (now Lett)
  • 1988
  • 1985
    Master of Law
  • 1984
    Robert Schuman Scholarship, the European Parliament, Luxembourg