Henriette Soja, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Environmental Law, Administrative Law, Litigation.
Soja, Henriette was born on August 4, 1963 in Virum, Denmark.
University of Copenhagen (Law Degree, 1988). Spoken languages: Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, German and English.
Worked at Bech-Bruun & Trolle (Copenhagen) specializing in General Corporate and Commercial Law, Agency and Distributorship, Aviation, Entertainment Law, Banking, Capital Markets, Computer Law, EC Law and EC Competition Law, Finance, Stock Exchange Regulations, Insolvency, Inheritance, Media Law, Telecommunications, Management, Merchandising, Insurance, Antitrust, Intellectual Property, Trade Practices, Taxation, VAT, Duties, International Contracts, International Arbitration, Labour and Employment Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Associations, Litigation, Construction, Oil and Mineral Resources, Maritime Law, Local Governments, Real Estate, Environmental Law, Bankruptcy, Suspension of Payments, Debt Rescheduling. Admitted to the bar, 1993, Denmark. Lecturer: The Danish School of Administration, 1989-1991.
Administrative Law, University of Copenhagen, 1995. Environmental Law, Copenhagen Business School Faculty of Law. Co-Author: with Poul Hvilsted, chapter on Danish Law, "Environmental liabilities and regulation in Europe," 1993.
The Ministry of Environment, 1988-1991. Member: Danish Bar Association. Bech-Bruun & Trolle dates back to 1888.
Bech-Bruun & Trolle employs 145 people, 65 of whom are lawyers. The firm renders a full range of legal services, nationally and internationally, to financial, commercial and industrial clients. The objective of the firm is to provide high-quality cost-effective legal assistance, meeting our clients' needs.
Bech-Bruun & Trolle conducts business in the Scandinavian languages as well as in English, German, French and Dutch.