Christian Johansen

Christian Johansen

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Through 25 years as a construction lawyer, Christian Johansen has gained substantial experience, which includes the drafting of various international commercial contracts. Christian is involved in legal work relating to domestic and international commercial contracts in the areas of energy and offshore, construction and infrastructure, technology, distribution and agency, and insurance and reinsurance. He is a specialist in construction and contract law (i.e., the formation of contracts, subcontracts, bonds and guarantees in construction contracts, drafting and interpretation of contracts, performance, scope, termination and breach of contract, including the principles for calculating and determining damages in the construction industry).

Christian serves as a lawyer in disputes involving domestic and international construction law, in both litigation and arbitration. He has acted in disputes involving construction law under the rules of the Danish Building and Construction Board (VBA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Danish Institute of Arbitration (DIA). He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London (FCIArb).

Christian also undertakes scholarly research in construction law. He has an academic profile with a PhD in construction law from the University of Copenhagen (1998) and is one of the leading scholars in Denmark within his field.

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