Last Updated: 18 September 2019
Published on: 18 September 2019
has offices in Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and London and is the Norwegian member of Lex Mundi. The firm provides advice to Norwegian and international companies as well as organisations in the public and private sectors, ranging from SMEs to large multi-national corporations. Approximately 180 lawyers ... work at Thommessen today, of whom 15 are specialised in EU/EEA and competition law. The firm has a market-leading competition law practice, and is well known for its handling of major cases pertaining to abuse of dominance and cartel investigations. Thommessen's EU/EEA and competition law practice acts for major clients across a range of sectors including telecommunications, finance, life sciences, shipping, and grocery. Lawyers regularly assist clients in relation to unannounced inspections, the subsequent investigation phase, statements of objection, and legal challenges of negative decisions before the courts and the Competition Complaints Board. Thommessen also has experience with national and international damages cases for both defendants and claimants.
has roots that go back to 1870 and is among the leading law firms in Norway, with offices in Oslo, Trondheim and Stavanger. It is a full-service legal practice that provides advice mainly to large Norwegian and international corporations, as well as organisations in the public sectors. Today, 180 ... people work at the firm, approximately 130 of whom are lawyers, and it is recognised as a strong EU/EEA and competition law practice group. The competition group also assists with public procurement, state aid and EU/EEA regulatory matters.