At Haugaard|Braad we provide a wide range of expert legal services and advice to businesses and public corporations as well as public authorities.
All our attorneys are highly skilled with extensive experience in their specific practice area; providing a professional sounding board for our clients. Accordingly, you will find that your case is processed swiftly and effectively.
With legal prowess in areas such as real estate, construction law, agricultural law, insolvency law, corporate and commercial and public law, Haugaard|Braad is your pathway to a competent legal solution.
The law firm of Haugaard|Braad was established in 2006:
- Rasmus Haugaard, attorney, admitted to the Danish Supreme Court, Ph.D.
In 2008, our partner team was joined by:
- Anders Braad, attorney, admitted to the Danish High Court
In 2017, our partner team was joined by:
- Nikolaj Jalili-Trudslev, attorney, admitted to the Danish High Court
- Flemming Elbæk, attorney, admitted the Danish High Court
- Martin P. Hedegaard, Administrative Manager, at Haugaard|Braad Ejendomsadministration, Property Management
In 2019, our partner team was joined by:
- Rasmus B. Bylov, attorney, admitted to the Danish Supreme Court
The client information below is provided in compliance with rule 13 of the Danish Bar and Law Society's Code of Conduct.
Skibbrogade 3, 3. sal, DK-9000 Aalborg, Denmark
Central business registration no.: 32 77 36 80
Telephone: (+45) 98 77 50 30
All the attorneys at Haugaard|Braad have been officially authorised to practice law by the Danish Ministry of Justice and are members of the Danish Bar and Law Society. In case of a dispute relating to fees charged by Haugaard|Braad and/or dissatisfaction with the conduct of their lawyers, you may make a complaint to the Disciplinary Board of the Danish Bar and Law Society at Advokatnævnet, Kronprinsessegade 28, 1306 Copenhagen K.
Provisions of the Danish Administration of Justice Act on lawyers' rules of professional conduct
All our attorneys are subject to the supervisory and disciplinary system of the Danish Bar and Law Society and to the rules of professional conduct set out in the Danish Administration of Justice Act.
The General Council of the Danish Bar and Law Society supervises compliance with the requirements of the Danish Administration of Justice Act through annual inspection visits. This ensures high standards of ethics in the practice of law.
Legal ethics imply
- that all attorneys and employees of HaugaardBraad are under a duty of non-disclosure and may not disclose information obtained through their employment.
- avoiding conflicts of interest, such as situations in which advising a client might conflict with other interests.
For additional information about the Danish Bar and Law Society's Code of Conduct, please see their website at Advokatsamfundets hjemmeside.
In accordance with the regulations governing membership of the Danish Bar and Law Society, all the attorneys of Haugaard|Braad have the mandatory professional indemnity insurance and have provided the requisite guarantee so that their professional indemnity insurance covers all their practice of law exercised as part of the law firm in Denmark.
Insurers: HDI Gerling policy no. 156-08655184-14002.
All our employees are subject to internal rules that comply with the requirements of the applicable law on insider trading. The objective of the rules is to prevent insider trading, and they include a ban on the disclosure of insider information relating to listed companies and restrictions on trading in listed securities.
Managing client funds
Haugaard|Braad manages client funds in compliance with the rules of the Danish Bar and Law Society. Client funds are deposited in client accounts with Spar Nord Bank A/S and are protected up to a maximum amount of EUR 100,000 per client in compliance with the Danish Depositor and Guarantee Fund Act. The cover includes clients' deposits in their own accounts, in separate client accounts and in omnibus client accounts.
Special rules apply to deposits relating to real estate if the property has been used for or is primarily intended for non-commercial purposes. In such a case, amounts of up to EUR 10 million are covered for a period of 12 months after the amount was deposited in the account, irrespective of whether or not the funds are in a separate account. For additional information about the Guarantee Fund, please see Garantiformuens hjemmeside.
Public and insurance-backed legal aid
With new cases Haugaard|Braad investigates the possibility of obtaining free legal aid out of public funds or legal assistance backed by insurance for a client and informs the client of its findings.
If legal fees are temporarily or conclusively paid for out of public funds or by an insurance company, Haugaard|Braad will inform the client about the principles of fixing fees and any consequences this may have for the client.