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Kjell-André Honerud

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Kjell-André Honerud has particular experience in advising on public and private development projects, and he focuses on procurement law, construction law, PPP projects and dispute resolution.

Kjell-André acts as an arbitrator and is considered the leading counsel in PPP projects in Norway, where he has a large share of the overall market. He has broad experience as a legal advisor and counsel on large, complex procurement projects in the construction sector. He is often engaged from the planning stage and is a facilitator with regard to the choice of execution model, including procurement and contract strategy.  



Within: Construction

With notable expertise across construction projects and litigation,¬†DLA Piper¬†acts for a national and international client base, which includes Veidekke, China Communication Construction Company and Mesta. The group also assisted the Sichuan Road and Bridge Group with issues relating to its tender to build a bridge over Beitstadsundet, represented Cowi and AIG Europe in a dispute relating to the construction of a slaughterhouse, and advised the Municipality of L√łrenskog on the construction of new roads and bridges.¬†Are Hunskaar¬†leads the department, which also includes the highly regarded¬†Arne Enges√¶th,¬†Hans Christian Brodtkorb¬†and development project expert¬†Kjell-Andr√© Honerud.

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EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Kjetil Haare Johansen heads the competition group at DLA Piper and Robert Myhre leads the public procurement practice; Johansen advised the Norwegian Seafood Council on various state aid issues and an EU and EEA complaint before the ESA, and Myhre assisted the municipality of Flora with issues surrounding the tenders for a construction contract for residential homes for the elderly. Kjell-André Honerud is also recommended for public procurement mandates with particular expertise in PPP projects; he regularly acts for Norwegian municipalities. Other clients include Linas Matkasse, Pharmaq and Nordic Shelter.

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