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Michael Serring

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Michael Serring is an expert of insolvency and dispute resolution

Michael Serring is highly specialised in the area of insolvency law and has performed as trustee of several thousand bankruptcy estates, including some of the largest in Denmark. 

Michael advises banks, etc., on the handling of complex and distressed loans, often as counterparty to a bankruptcy estate. He has extensive experience in debt collection, for instance in uncovering hidden assets. As his particular niche he advises on limited partnerships, the relations to the limited partners and the limited partnerships' lenders.

Michael has conducted a vast number of cases before the Danish courts and bankruptcy courts, including numerous cases concerning insolvency issues that have changed previous views, and on directors' liability, including in relation to the bankruptcy of the Mindship Foundation. Michael obtained right of audience before the Danish Supreme Court in 1992.

Being a highly specialised and extremely experienced adviser and advocate, Michael is recognised for his ability to establish an overview, even in the most complicated and extensive cases, and for his ability to understand complex business models as well as the political aspects of cases. 


The Team

Insolvency & Restructuring

  • Insolvency & Restructuring
  • Dispute Resolution
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Partner Michael Serring
"I am very aware of nudging the process in the appropriate direction."
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  • Member, International Bar Association (IBA)
  • Medlem, Insol


  • Det retfærdige honorar, Advokaten, 2004. Article
  • Inddrivelse af tilgodehavender hos kommanditister, Ugeskrift for Retsvæsen, 2000. Article
  • Directors Liabilities in Case of Insolvency , Kluwer, 1999. Book

Education and language

  • Right of audience, The Danish Supreme Court
  • Admission to practice law
  • Master of Laws
  • English


The firm also continues to work on a number of avoidance claims. In one such case Michael Serring's advice to Bristen Group resulted in a Danish court ruling preventing banks from considering payments from anyone other than a debtor as third party payment.

IFLR1000, Restructuring and insolvency