Lawyer Hans-Oluf Meyer takes over the authorship for the thesis on the legal situation in Denmark in case of traffic accidents for the Deubner-Verlag as part of the work „Verkehrssachen – Mandate zügig und erfolgreich bearbeiten“ (Stand Februar 2022).
advokatfirma | meyer støtter Team Rynkeby som guldsponsor
Team Rynkeby is well known in Denmark, but since its foundation twenty years ago it has become a European project where charity cycling teams from several cities in Europe cycle from their home destination to Paris in the same week to watch the end of the Tour de France. The aim is to raise money for children’s cancer funds in each country. Today, the German juice group Eckes-Granini with its three brands Rynkeby, Go Morgen and hohes C is behind the project. Today, Team Rynkeby consists of 2,400 exercise cyclists and 550 volunteers in 59 local teams from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Germany and Switzerland. In July 2022, for the first time, a team of 30 cyclists, including lawyer Hans-Oluf Meyer, will cycle about 1,200 km from Berlin to Paris within a week to meet the other teams. 2022 will be a special year for the Danish participants, since the Tour de France starts in Denmark. In 2020, Team Rynkeby could give € 8.79 million to organisations helping children with critical illnesses. Of this, € 152,749 went to the German Children’s Cancer Foundation. Since 2002, the cycling teams have cycled and raised more than € 75 million.
September 9th lawyer Hans-Oluf Meyer in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Trade Council and the Trade Department at the Danish Embassy in Berlin participated in a Masterclass Workshop at Food Nation at Axelborg in Copenhagen with a presentation on the legal challenges of export and establishment in Germany. Participants were Danish companies that market their food products in Germany and that want to increase their activities in the German market.
advokatfirma | meyer and Novasol tenants are confirmed by the Danish consumer ombudsman in Corona cases: Novasol cannot retroactively change terms of business. The newspaper The Nordschleswiger reports:
“If force majeure applies to Novasol, this must also apply to the consumer.” Attorney Meyer has complained about Novasol’s unilateral change of business terms in the midst of the pandemic. The newspaper Lübecker Nachrichten reports:
advokatfirma | meyer wins in third instance a decisive process for German road accident victims at the Danish Supreme Court, Højesteret. The case concerned the fundamental question of which law is applicable if a German car causes an accident on a business trip in Denmark and the employees want to bring claims against their employer.
Dänische Ferienhausvermittlungen und die Covid-19-Pandemielage
Artikel in “Der Nordschleswiger”: Enttäuschte Mieter gehen gegen Ferienhausanbieter vor
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advokatfirma | meyer is a law firm with its office in the old heart of Berlin at the Kurfürstendamm.
Our firm has recently been established to meet the growing demand of international clients intending to buy real property in Germany, focussing on the Berlin market where we have an in-depth expertise on prices and conditions. Additionally we are legal advisors for our clients, regarding questions of corporate and commercial law and all aspects of their business here in Germany. The Danish founder and partner of the lawfirm Hans-Oluf Meyer has successfully transferred the Scandinavian way of team-work into our German law firm and we are therefore very glad to present a high standard concerning both our reachability towards our clients as well as our legal advice, as our cases are regularly surveyed by more than one lawyer.
Hans-Oluf Meyer (1969) is both Danish and German lawyer. He provides advice predominantly in German/Danish legal matters in areas of international contract law, international private law and litigation.
In Danish law he basically focuses on contract law, company/commercial law and the tort law.