Mr Anders Færden > Wikborg Rein > Oslo, Norway > Lawyer Profile

Wikborg Rein
Dronning Mauds gate 11
P.O.Box 1513 Vika
NO-0117 Oslo
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Work Department

Shipping Offshore, Litigation and Arbitration, Insurance Law


Anders is a specialist in insurance law and marine insurance law and is the head of Wikborg Rein’s global insurance team. He also has substantial experience in handling marine, contract, tort, professional liability and intermediaries disputes. Anders is admitted to the Norwegian Supreme Court and has extensive litigation experience from a vast number of cases before the Norwegian courts and in arbitration. He is appointed as arbitrator and expert in insurance matters. Anders is ranked by Legal 500 as a “leading individual” in insurance law. He is also ranked by Chambers and Partners and in the Norwegian Financial Daily’s lawyers survey within the categories shipping and insurance.


2005 – Partner, Wikborg Rein
2000 – 2005 Partner, Vogt & Wiig
1993 – 2000 Partner, Evensen & Co
1991 – 1993 Associate, Evensen & Co
1989 – 1990 Deputy Judge, Gjøvik District Court
1988 – 1991 Associate, Thommessen Krefting Greve, Oslo and London


Norwegian Bar Association.


2000 Admitted to the Supreme Court
1992 Practising Certificate
1987 Cand. jur., University of Oslo.

Lawyer Rankings

Norway > Insurance

(Leading individuals)

Anders FærdenWikborg Rein

Wikborg Rein‘s full-service practice offers both Norwegian and English law insurance advice spanning disputes, transactions and regulatory issues; it acts for a roster of high-profile clients including insurance and reinsurance companies, captives and mutuals, policyholders, and insurance intermediaries. Marine and offshore insurance issues are a key focus of the firm. Practice head Anders Færden specialises in insurance law and has extensive experience in litigation and arbitration proceedings regarding insurance coverage disputes, recovery issues and professional liability claims. Other key names that contribute to the practice include litigators and maritime experts Oddbjørn Slinning and Herman Steen, and regulatory specialist Ole Andenæs.