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Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS

Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS  

Legal Services | Norway

tel: +47 21 95 55 00 | fax: +47 2195 55 01
P.O. Box 2043 Vika | Oslo | N-0125 | Norway

Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS's Overview

Simonsen Vogt Wiig is a leading business law firm with offices in all major cities in Norway and Singapore. Our 180 lawyers assist all key industries, and build lasting relationships with our clients by combining inbound business acumen and legal expertise in counseling. High quality at all levels to be guiding principles for our business. Through cooperation and availability, we arrange for relevant and effective communication and advice to our clients. We have the capacity to be both specialized and versatile, and expertise to solve the most demanding problems and the major missions.

  • Year this Office was Established: 2013
  • Number of Offices Worldwide: 7
  • Lawyers Worldwide: 180

Languages: English, French, Portugese, German, Scandinavian languages, Icelandic, Mandarin, Greek, Vietnamese


Areas of Practice
  • Aviation
  • Banking and Finance
  • Climate and Renewable Energy
  • Communications, IT and media
  • Compliance and Scrutiny
  • Contract Law
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Dispute Resolution and Litigation
  • Environmental Law
  • EU / EEA and Competition
  • FinTech
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Law
  • IT, Privacy and Data Security
  • Minerals and Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Personal Injury law
  • Public Procurement
  • Public Sector
  • Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Shipping and Offshore
  • Stock Exchange and Securities
  • Taxes and Duties



Kasper Asplin

Kasper Formo AsplinSenior Associate

Christoffer Bjerknes

Christoffer BjerknesAssociate Partner

Mari Grefslie

Mari GrefslieSenior Associate

Nicolai Halbo

Nicolai HalboAssociate Partner

Anette Istre

Anette IstreSenior Associate

Martin Jonassen

Martin JonassenAssociate (On leave)

Yannis Litinas

Yannis LitinasAssociate Partner

Sissel Løvdal

Sissel LøvdalSenior Associate (On leave)

Cecilia Orheim

Cecilia OrheimAssociate Partner

Marte Sønstevold

Marte SønstevoldSenior Associate

Cecilie Stuberg

Cecilie Sethil StubergSenior Associate

Marit Stubø

Marit StubøAssociate

Frode Vareberg

Frode VarebergAssociate Partner


Line Krydsby

Line KrydsbyMarketing Coordinator


Tuva Bakke

Tuva Aas BakkeSenior Lawyer (On leave)

Knut Boye

Knut BoyeSenior Lawyer

Per Kristian Bryng

Per Kristian BryngSenior Lawyer

Anne Buan

Anne BuanSenior Lawyer

Silje Einum

Silje Wollan EinumSenior Lawyer

Olav Eriksen

Olav EriksenSenior Lawyer

Camilla Flatum

Camilla FlatumSenior Lawyer

Anita Gerdin

Anita GerdinSenior Lawyer

Camilla Glømmen

Camilla GlømmenSenior Lawyer (On leave)

Thorgeir Hole

Thorgeir HoleSenior lawyer

Halfdan L. Holte

Halfdan L. HolteSenior Lawyer

Tor Kielland

Tor KiellandSenior Lawyer

Trond Erik Kvalsnes

Trond Erik KvalsnesSenior Lawyer

Torstein Losnedahl

Torstein LosnedahlSenior Lawyer

Thomas Olsen

Thomas OlsenSenior Lawyer

Kjetil Ranum

Kjetil Westby RanumSenior Lawyer

Tage Skoghøy

Tage SkoghøySenior Lawyer

Christian Svensen

Christian SvensenSenior Lawyer

Tricia  Tong

Tricia TongSolicitor of England and Wales

Trine Vabog

Trine VabogSenior Lawyer

Marte von Hirsch

Marte Randen von HirschSenior Lawyer (On leave)

Caroline Walller

Caroline WalllerSenior Lawyer


The EFTA Court renders judgment in landmark public procurement case
Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, November 2017

Simonsen Vogt Wiig and lead counsel Anders Thue represented Fosen-Linjen AS (a ferry operator) against AtB AS before the EFTA Court. AtB organises the public transportation in one of the Norwegian counties. In its judgment delivered on 31 October 2017 (in Case E-16/16), the EFTA Court replied to questions referred to it by the Frostating Court of Appeal (Frostating lagmannsrett). In its decision, the EFTA Court concludes that a simple breach of public procurement law is, in itself, sufficient to trigger the liability of the contracting authority to compensate the person harmed for the damage incurred, provided that the other conditions for the award of damages are met...

Current Challenges With International Recognition and Enforcement of Mortgages on Ships - Is the Solution found in the Aviation Sector?
Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, October 2017

Current Challenges with International Recognition and enforcement of Mortgages on Ships – Is the Solution found in the Aviation Sector? Introduction Having practised both as a shipping lawyer and an aviation lawyer for many years, I do find the experience and practice with the Cape Town Convention and aviation finance transactions to be interesting when experiencing the challenges faced by the shipping industry with respect to recognition and enforcement of mortgages...

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Simonsen Vogt Wiig strengthens its litigation practice
Advokatfirmaet Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, September 2017

Seasoned litigator Christian Reusch joins Simonsen Vogt Wiig's litigation team. He comes from the Attorney General's office, which serves as the Norwegian Government's legal advisors and litigators in high profile and important matters on behalf of the state. Previously, he also held a position as a specialist director at the office of the Norwegian Prime Minister. Mr. Reusch is highly regarded as a leading lawyer in civil procedure matters and is a recognized speaker and author in the civil litigation field. Christian was admitted to the Supreme Court already in 2003. He has pleaded a significant number of high profile cases before the Appeal Courts and the Supreme Court...

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