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DOKKVEIEN 1, PO BOX 1400 VIKA, 0115 OSLO, NORWAY
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Work +47 21 02 10 00
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Fax +47 21 02 10 01
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www.wiersholm.no
Wiersholm, Andreas Bullen, Oslo, NORWAY

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Andreas Bullen

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Work +47 210 211 19
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Wiersholm

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Tax, Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner Andreas Bullen's practice includes transfer pricing, international tax law, Norwegian company tax law and EEA tax law. He assists many companies in matters of transfer pricing, including the choice of corporate structure, preparation of intra-group agreements and transfer pricing documentation, appeals cases and court cases. Bullen has written a doctoral thesis (PhD) at the University of Oslo titled "Arm's length transaction structures: Recognising and restructuring controlled transactions in transfer pricing". Bullen's doctoral thesis was awarded the Mitchell B. Carroll Prize by the International Fiscal Association and the European Academic Tax Thesis Award by the European Commission and the European Association of Tax Law Professors. Bullen is also the author of the book “EU, EEA and Tax: The four freedoms and direct taxation” and several articles on national and international tax law, including EEA tax law.

Career

Partner at Wiersholm, 2013 Scholar, the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, 2006-2010 Joined Wiersholm, 2002

Education

PhD, University of Oslo, 2010 Cand. jur., University of Oslo, 2002


Norway

Tax

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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