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Kluge Advokatfirma AS

BRYGGEGATA 6, PO BOX 1548 VIKA, 0117 OSLO, NORWAY
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Work +47 23 11 00 00
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Fax +47 23 11 00 01
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Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger
Kluge Advokatfirma AS, Stian Oddbjørnsen, Oslo, NORWAY

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Stian Oddbjørnsen

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Kluge Advokatfirma AS

Work Department

Public Sector, ICT/IP law, Public Procurement

Position

Stian works primarily with ICT/tech law (with special focus on IT contracts), privacy law, general contract law, public procurement, intellectual property rights and administrative law/public law.

Career

2018 - Associate Partner, Kluge; 2016-17 Senior lawyer, Kluge; 2016-15

Secondment (part-time), Ruter As; 2013-15 Deputy judge, Drammen District Court; 2012-13 Lawyer, Kluge; 2010-12 Associate, Kluge; 2019-10 Scientific assistant, Institute of Public Law, University of Oslo; 

Languages

English, German

Education

2009 University of Oslo: Law degree; 2008-09 Universität Regensburg (Germany): Exchange semester, legal subjects; 2007-08 University of Oslo: «German for lawyers», subject; 2004

Tromsø University College: «Organization», subject


Norway

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Kluge Advokatfirma AS¬†'never stops looking for solutions' and is 'persistent in its approach' under the leadership of¬†Thomas Rieber-Mohn. Other names to note include¬†associate partners¬†Kyrre Tangen Andersen, who can 'immediately see the big picture and the main point', and the 'pragmatic'¬†Stian Oddbj√łrnsen. Recent work includes representing Norsk Tipping in a trade mark dispute and acting for the University of Oslo in a preliminary injunction against researchers accused of scientific misconduct relating to the publication of research articles based on stolen data.

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Legal Developments by:
Kluge Advokatfirma AS

  • Norway not included when short sale regulations in EU take effect 1 November 2012

    From 1 November 2012 EU Regulation 236/2012 on short selling and certain aspects of credit default swaps will come into effect. Although the Regulation is within the scope of the EEA Agreement, Norway has not implemented the EU Regulation. Based on unofficial information from the Norwegian authorities, we expect the implementation process to be delayed until at least late 2013. Meanwhile, existing rules on short sale in Norway will continue to apply for transactions performed on the Norwegian market. 
    - Kluge Advokatfirma DA

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