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DOKKVEIEN 1, PO BOX 1400 VIKA, 0115 OSLO, NORWAY
Tel:
Work +47 21 02 10 00
Fax:
Fax +47 21 02 10 01
Email:
Web:
www.wiersholm.no
Wiersholm, Bettina Banoun, Oslo, NORWAY

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Bettina Banoun

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Work +47 210 210 59
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Wiersholm

Work Department

Tax, Corporate/M&A, Company Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner Bettina Banoun has extensive experience in work related to tax law, litigation, company law and EEA law. She is the chairman of the Tax Law Committee of the Norwegian Bar Association. Bettina Banoun is admitted to the Supreme Court and litigates regularly before Norwegian courts of justice. She also has experience in litigation before the EFTA Court and with complaints before the EFTA Surveillance Authority. Bettina Banoun has a PhD from the University of Oslo and wrote her thesis on "Tax avoidance", and she has legal training from Oxford University, University of Oslo and Harvard Law School. She is the author of several articles regarding tax law.

Career

Partner at Wiersholm, 2004 Lawyer at BA-HR, 2002-2004 Research fellow, University of Oslo, 1997-2001 In-house lawyer at Telenor (Norwegian Telecom), 1996-1997

Education

Admitted to the Supreme Court, 2006 Dr. juris (Phd), University of Oslo, 2003 Visiting Scholar Harvard Law School, 1997 Cand. jur., University of Oslo, 1995 Magister Juris in European and Comparative Law (M.jur), Oxford University, 1993


Norway

Tax

Within: Leading individuals

Bettina Banoun - Wiersholm

Within: Tax

Wiersholm fields a team of 'technically very strong' lawyers, which includes highly regarded practice head Bettina Banoun, the 'service-minded' Andreas Bullen, who handles transfer pricing issues, 'commercial and proactive' litigator Morten Goller, and corporate tax expert Nicolay Vold. Recent highlights include acting for Equinor (previously Statoil) in a transfer pricing dispute and representing Yara International in litigation relating to final loss exceptions; other clients include Ikea, Saga Tankers, Kistefos and Caiano Fisk.

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