Torben specialises in business and technology transfers, primarily in the IT and telecommunications sector, and handles IT and telecommunications matters, including dispute resolution. Torben became a partner in 2001.
Torben has worked closely with the IT and telecommunications industry for many years, which gives him considerable industry insight. He advises telecom and IT businesses on contracts, licences, business relationships (including joint ventures), and regulatory matters. He also assists clients with dispute resolution and is a certified IT mediator. Much of Torben's work has an international dimension, and he often travels abroad with clients to assist with cooperation agreements or acquisitions.
Torben advises private equity funds, industrial and other clients on mergers and acquisitions – particularly within technology, contributing his industry knowledge and commercial insight to ensure accurate identification and efficient management of risks.
Based on in-depth knowledge of his clients' industries, Torben aims to add value beyond his legal assistance by taking a solution-oriented approach and cooperating with clients to ensure optimal commercial results.
Torben has been recently praised as ”One of the more significant matters the M&A team worked on during the research period saw Torben Waage taking charge in advising Under Armour on its acquisition of Endomondo. ” by IFLR1000 (2016); “Torben Waage has extensive experience advising on a range of IT and telecommunications matters. He also assists private equity funds and corporate groups with mergers and acquisitions in the TMT sector.” By Chambers Europe (2016); and “Kromann Reumert’s ‘no-nonsense’ department is headed by Torben Waage, who led the team’s advice to Teracom on a public tender regarding the establishment and operation of a coastal radio network in Denmark.” by Legal 500 (2016).
His main publications include Myndighedernes adgang til cloud-data (The Authorities' Access to Cloud Data), 2012 and The Technology, Media and Telecommunications Review re Denmark, 2011