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LOGOS

EFSTALEITI 5, 103 REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Tel:
Work +354 540 0300
Fax:
Fax +354 540 0301
Email:
Web:
www.logos.is
London, Reykjavik
LOGOS, Gunnar Sturluson, Reykjavik, ICELAND

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Gunnar Sturluson

Tel:
Work +354 540 0300
Email:
LOGOS

Work Department

Partner - Corporate

Position

Main areas of practice are competition law, construction and real estate, corporate law, European law, financial restructuring and insolvency, litigation, and M&A. Gunnar has long standing experience in advising clients on M&A transactions, as well as on competition law and corporate law. His clients are both international companies as well as domestic ones, in the shipping, aviation and tourist industries, fishing, financial markets and engineering. Gunnar has served as a board member of various companies and institutions.

Career

Gunnar joined LOGOS in 1992, became a Partner in 1995, and was Managing Partner from 2001-2013.

Languages

English.

Member

The Icelandic Bar Association.

Education

Gunnar graduated from the University of Iceland with a cand.jur. degree in 1992, and qualified as an Attorney in 1993. He received his LL.M. in European Law and International Trade Law from the University of Amsterdam in 1995.


Iceland

EEA and competition

Within: EEA and competition

The competition team at LOGOS is jointly headed by the ‘very experienced and knowledgeable’ Helga Melkorka Óttarsdóttir and the ‘reliable’ Gunnar Sturluson. Assisted by senior associate Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson, Óttarsdóttir is representing Norvik and Byko in an appeal challenging a significant fine for an alleged cartel. Other work includes acting for Síminn in an ongoing case before the Reykjavík District Court, which concerns claims for damages submitted by Fjarskipti for an alleged breach of competition law and involves unprecedented counterclaims.

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