BAHR is the type of advisor you turn to and work closely with when transactions are large or strategically vital. We serve as an effective advisor, problem solver and partner in strategic discussions for Norwegian clients in domestic or international matters, and foreign players facing challenges in Norway.
Aabø-Evensen & Co is a Norwegian boutique law firm with particular focus on M&A and capital markets. The firm’s mission is to find the best solutions to its client’s legal and commercial challenges and to secure their business transactions. Aabø-Evensen & Co represents Scandinavian and Global private equity firms, financial institutions, investors, private and listed corporations with their M&A and capital markets transactions. A large amount of Aabø-Evensen & Co’s work relates to cross-border transactions and the firm’s approach to international work is driven by the principle that complex transactions require first-class independent legal expertise, rooted in local practice, procedures and culture. The firm focuses on maintaining a high academic level, and contributes to the world’s leading legal guides every year (www.aaboevensen.com/pulications/).
CLP’s lawyers have experience in a range of sectors and legal areas. Many also have experience working in areas other than law and several have degrees in finance and business administration. We are convinced that this makes CLP better equipped to assist our clients in an increasingly complex legal environment.
CLP ranks highly in national and international legal rankings and our clients include a number of leading Norwegian and international companies.
Solid industry knowledge combined with our hands-on approach ensures efficient processes. Our clients use CLP as both legal adviser and commercial sparring partner. It is profitable for clients to work with CLP.
A leading Norwegian law firm, covering all aspects of commercial law. Since the founding in 1856, Thommessen has assisted many of Norway’s leading companies within industry, finance, trade, energy and other sectors.