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Christian Hauge

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Wiersholm

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Insurance, Maritime and transportation Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Contract Law

Position

Partner Christian Hauge works on the areas of shipping and offshore, with emphasis on litigation and dispute resolution in maritime law, contract law and the law of damages. Because of his previous experience from Wiersholm's departments for mergers and acquisitions, and trade and industry, he covers a wide range of business law, including company law, contract law and administrative law.

Career

Partner at Wiersholm, 2013 Secondment at Ince & Co in London, 2004 Joined Wiersholm, 2001

Education

Cand. jur., University of Bergen, 2000


Norway

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Wiersholm’s clients, which include AIG Europe, Danske Bank and Statoil, are β€˜highly impressed with the level of service’ provided by its β€˜responsive and hardworking team’. The β€˜incredibly bright’ Olav Perland, who β€˜has a veritable wealth of knowledge’, leads the practice. Other noteworthy practitioners include Ronny Lund, maritime expert Christian Hauge, Magnus Hellesylt and public procurement specialist Morten Goller. Energy lawyer Jon Rabben joined from Wikborg Rein. Anders Ryssdal joined Advokatfirmaet Glittertind AS.

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Maritime law

Within: Next generation lawyers

Christian Hauge - Wiersholm

Within: Maritime law

Wiersholm’s β€˜completely perfect’ department is led by Kristine Hasle Øverby, who β€˜always does a tremendous job and is professional in all respects’ and specialises in ship finance matters. Erik Blaker is the key name for wet shipping mandates, while Erling Lind and Nicolas Brun-Lie are contract experts, and Christian Hauge handles litigation. Karl Even Rygh made partner in 2018.

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