Attorneys-at-Law at Gangsted Advokatfirma are appointed by the Ministry of Justice in Denmark and are registered by and are members of the Danish Bar and Law Society.
1300 Copenhagen K
Tel. (+45) 33 14 70 70
Bus. Reg. no. 34 02 53 39
Jyske Bank, Vesterbrogade 9, 1780 København V, Registration number: 5078, Account number: 1078246, IBAN-number: DK1250780001078246, BIC-code/SWIFT-address: JYBADKKK
Gangsted has taken out liability insurance and pledged a security in accordance with the Danish Bar and Law Society’s rules.
Gangsted’s liability insurance and security have been taken out with CNA/HARDY, CNA Insurance Company Limited.
Conflict of laws and venue
Any disputes on advice are subject to Danish Law and the exclusive competence of the Danish courts.
Public legal assistance and legal assistance that is covered by insurance
When Gangsted undertakes an assignment for a client, Gangsted examines the extent to which legal assistance may be obtained publicly or through insurance in accordance with applicable law or an insurance taken out by the client. If an interim or a final fee has to be paid by the public or the insurance company, the client will be informed of the principles for establishing the fee, etc.
The rules on ethics for Attorneys-at-Law
All Danish Attorneys-at-Law are subject to the Administration of Justice Act’s rules on good practice for Attorneys-at-Law. The Bar Council supervises compliance with good practice for Attorneys-at-Law and has drawn up the rules on ethics for Attorneys-at-Law that set strict requirements for professional standards and ethics for Attorneys-at-Law.
The Disciplinary Board of the Danish Bar and Law Society ensures compliance with good practice for Attorneys-at-Law and may impose sanctions if the rules are infringed.
Measures to prevent laundering
Gangsted is subject to the Law on the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism. The Law obliges Gangsted to collect and store clients’ identity information for five years. Clients must therefore give their name, address and personal ID number or business registration number when a case is set up and show documentation to the extent required to prove these. Regarding relevant companies, information and documentation must also be available on actual ownership conditions.
The Law on the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism also obliges Gangsted to examine transactions if there is any suspicion that they are linked to money laundering or the financing of terrorism. Gangsted may also be obliged to inform the Public Prosecutor for Special Economic Crimes or the Danish Bar and Law Society in this connection.