Georg Lett deals especially with litigation and arbitration as well as liability, insurance law and EU law. A key focus area is Georg's extensive assistance to the insurance and finance industries and, in addition to litigation before the Danish courts, he also appears before arbitration tribunals as well as the European Court of Justice. Moreover, he provides advice on all aspects of corporate and regulatory investigations.

He acted for clients in cases such as the Faroe Bank case, the Feta case, cases relating to asset stripping and the high-profile Thorsen case on fraud and forgery. Furthermore, cases before the Danish Financial Council and against the Danish Consumer Ombudsman on disputes relating to the basis for pension schemes. He has defended cases concerning product liability for pharmaceutical injury, airplane crashes and D&O liability.

Georg is involved in the wave of lawsuits and disputes on coverage seen in the wake of the financial crisis. Most recently, he was involved in MCT-case and Roskilde Bank case where he successfully defended EY.

Georg Lett was the Danish member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (2006-2016) and also acts as an arbitrator.