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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

ROALD AMUNDSENS GATE 6, PO BOX 1369 VIKA, 0161 OSLO, NORWAY
Tel:
Work +47 23 23 90 90
Fax:
Fax +47 22 83 60 60
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Web:
www.braekhus.no
Oslo, Sandvika-Bærum

Frank Aase

Tel:
Work +47 957 32 757
Email:
Web:
www.braekhus.no
Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

Work Department

Finance and Insolvency

Position

Frank C Aase is Managing Partner in Brækhus, and specializes in transactions, banking and finance, insolvency, restructuring and litigation.

Aase has previously worked as an in-house lawyer in Nordea Bank Norge ASA and has excellent experience with legal issues related to financing, financial documents, financial restructuring and breach of contracts.

Aase has extensive experience within company law and has assisted several national and international clients with acquisitions and restructuring. His experience also includes bankruptcy proceedings, debt negotiations and assisting creditors. He is frequently appointed as official receiver at the Oslo bankruptcy court.

Aase also has a wide experience with contract law, law of damages, insurance law and real estate. Aase has worked with major liability issues for architects, engineers in the construction industry, real estate agents and surveyors.  He litigates regularly at court in Norway.

Aase is appointed as a member of the Norwegian Bar Association`s legislation committee regarding bankruptcy, enforcement and debt collecting.

 

Languages

Norwegian and English


Norway

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Frank Aase leads the practice at Brækhus Advokatfirma DA, which also includes cross-border expert and newly promoted partner Christoph MorckJohn Sveinsvold, contract specialist Johan Mølbach-Thellefsen and managing partner Stein E Hove. Clients include Capgemini Norge and BPW Hofstad; Morck recently advised the latter on its purchase of and subsequent merger with Trailer-Tec.

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