Thomas Weisbjerg advises on transfers of undertakings, stock exchange and capital market matters, and on financing, including the financing of acquisitions. He also advises on general commercial and company law matters and is an external lecturer in mergers and acquisitions at the University of Copenhagen. Thomas was born in 1972 and qualified as a lawyer at the University of Copenhagen in 1997.
He was admitted as an attorney in 2002. Before that he was at The Danish Ministry of Justice from 1997 to 2000, including working as a prosecutor for the Commissioner of Copenhagen Police (1997-1998) and assistant to the Director of Public Prosecutions (1998-2000). He was also external lecturer at Copenhagen Business School from 1999 – 2000. In 2002 he worked in the legal department of Danisco A/S at the same time as a period working at Kromann Reumert law firm from 2000 to 2004. In 2008 he was an external lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, in the mergers and acquisitions department.
Weisbjerg has been a contributor to "Growth through acquisitions and mergers", Børsens Forlag (2004), co-authored "FAKTA Selskaber, a handbook on company law for business people" (2004) and written an article on "Domain names and trademarks" in Justitia (1997). He is a member of the
Danish Association for Company Law, The Copenhagen Law Society and the Danish Association for Banking and Finance Law.