The Norwegian financial newspaper, Finansavisen presented on the 23th February 2023 the yearly election of lawyers in Norway, and CLP had the following rankings:
- CLP is as law firm ranked as no. 1 in the retail/trade category, and partner Kjetil Vågen is on individual basis for the sixth time in a row ranked as no. 1 in the retail/trade category. Vågen represents a large number of Norwegian, Nordic and international chains within various service and product sectors, with a strong position within the retail category. Associate partner Hans Jørgen Langeland is ranked no. 7 in the retail/trade category.
- Partner Amund Berthelsen Erdal has jumped up to no. 5 in the renewable energy category. Amund focuses on renewable energy and assists in acquisitions and mergers within the renewable sector and matters relating to energy law, water resources law and concessions.
- Partner Håvard R. Skogvoll has jumped up to no. 5 in the real estate category. Håvard Skogvoll’s main focus and expertise is relating to real estate; transactions, development, leases, asset management, corporate law, financing and investment structuring. Partner Elin Mack Løvdal is ranked no. 6 in the real estate category.
- Partner Hanne Heltne is ranked as no. 7 in the IPR category main list, no. 2 in the up & coming technology and digitalization category, and no. 3 in the up & coming group in the media category. Heltne has substantial experience within technology and intellectual property law, with main focus on technology, trademarks and marketing law.
- Partner Andreas Kildal is ranked as no. 5 in the capital markets category.
- Partner Lars Gunnar Aas is ranked as no. 5 and Jakob Villum 9 in the M&A category.
- Partner Egil Jarslett is ranked no. 8 in the dispute resolution category.
- Partner Edvard Cock is ranked as no. 10 in the fishery and aquaculture category.
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