Løje Arnesen & Meedom dissolved on November 30 2019 following the departure of Susie Arnesen and Tanya Meedom. Meedom joined law firm Elmann as a partner, but Arnesen decided to set up her own firm called Arnesen IP Advokatfirma. Arnesen joined Løje Arnesen & Meedom in 2001 while Meedom joined in 2009. Both partners worked with IP star Johan Løje, who started working in the firm in 2000. Løje now operates under the entity called Løje IP. Arnesen is one of the female IP practitioners featured in Managing IP's Top 250 Women in IP (2019).

Løje Arnesen & Meedom was ranked for trade mark contentious (Tier 2), trade mark prosecution (Highly Recommended), and copyright (Tier 3) in the 2019 edition of IP STARS. The firm has now been removed from the rankings. Below is our 2019 editorial about the firm:

"IP boutique Løje Arnesen & Meedom is home to some of the most experienced soft IP practitioners in Denmark. The firm is led by partners Susie Arnesen, Tanya Meedom and Johan Løje. They are supported by a team of European trade mark attorneys and legal assistants. Although best known for trade mark work, the team is also recommended for copyright work. The firm won Managing IP's Firm of the Year (2019) award for copyright."