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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

ROALD AMUNDSENS GATE 6, PO Box 1369 Vika, 0161 OSLO, NORWAY
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Work +47 23 23 90 90
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Fax +47 22 83 60 60
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www.braekhus.no
Oslo, Sandvika-Bærum

Christoph Morck

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Work +47 23 23 90 57 / +47 452 18 904
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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

Position

Christoph Morck is the head of our International Desk.

Morck advises international & foreign companies on issues related to the establishment, development and expansion of business in Norway. His main practice areas are Mergers & Acquisitions, corporate law, employment and construction law.

Morck has extensive experience within all types of national and international M&A transactions, highly complex due diligence processes, share and asset transactions, equity transactions, divestitures, mergers and demergers. Morck also advices Norwegian companies on legal issues related to their cross-border or international business activities.

Christoph Morck is admitted to the Bar in Norway and is licensed to practice law in Germany.

Career

2016 - Associated Partner, Brækhus Dege Advokatfirma DA

2012 – 2016 Senior Attorney, Associate Partner, Advokatfirma DLA Piper Norway DA

2006 – 2012 Associate, Senior Associate, Senior Attorney, Advokatfirma Grette DA

2005 – 2006 Trainee, Wikborg Rein

2003 – 2005 Research assistant, Hagen University

2000 – 2003 Research assistant, Cologne University

1998 – 2000 Secretary General, Young European Federalists (JEF) Germany

Languages

Norwegian, German (native), English and French


Norway

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Recent clients of Brækhus Advokatfirma DA include Capgemini Norge and Insula; Stein Hove advised the latter on its acquisition of Fiskemat. Practice head John Sveinsvold and ‘excellent communicatorChristoph Morck are recommended.

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    The Norwegian real estate market is recovering from the financial crisis. The number of transactions is growing, and the construction activities are increasing. The financial crisis did not hit Norway as hard as other European countries, and the political and legal stability in the country could attract foreign investors in the years to come. In this brief article, we give an outline of some selected legal and tax issues regarding investments in Norwegian real estate with the emphasis on business property.
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