Partner, professor dr juris Olav Torvund works mainly with immaterial law, IT-contracts, e-Commerce, privacy, monetary claims and payment services.
Torvund has authored a wide range of books and articles within his fields of expertise. He is also sought for his expertise as an arbitrator, mediator or dispute umpire with contractual conflicts.
Torvund was partner i Bing & Co until this was merged into Bing Hodneland in 2011. Until 2012, when he stepped into a position of fulltime partner in Bing Hodneland, he was a professor at University of Oslo, and director of the Norwegian Research Centre for Computers & Law.
Wessel-Aas is one of Norway's most experienced media law attorneys.
He has worked with freedom of expression, the protection of privacy, copyright and human rights, and he has litigated such cases before the courts since 1995, not least during his 12 years as legal counsel for Norway's public broadcaster NRK.
Lilleengen is highly experienced in commercial matters, in particular intellectual property and contract law, and has over many years worked within the areas of publishing, culture, entertainment, sports and competition law.
Lilleengen has extensive international experience from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and he has represented the Norwegian publishing industry at EU and international level.
Granerud has a busy practice in real estate development, including the entire process from the purchase of the land to the sale of the commercial/residential building, including the resolution of disputes.
He also works with competition law/public procurements, inheritance and probate law and tort law.
Andersen is an integral part of our specialist team for tax, VAT and corporate law. Particularly, he provides advice and assistance to companies, investors, businesses and private individuals in national and international tax law. Apart from consultancy, Andersen offers services in connection with tax audits, complaints and access to judicial procedures. He has long experience in optimizing tax burdens and of reducing risk exposure.
Andersen is also a lecturer in tax Law at the University of Agder.
Ødegaard is among the country's leading attorneys in copyright law, trademarks and ICT law, and he has experience as head of legal affairs for Atea, the leading Nordic and Baltic supplier of IT infrastructure. External examiner within copyright, trademark and e-commerce law for students at Faculty of Law, University of Oslo.
Knudsen concentrates on labour law in particular, and provides assistance to trade unions, employers and employees, and has extensive experience in dealing with employment protection cases.
He also works with real estate, helping some of Norway's largest property developers and owners.
Christian With works within the areas of trading, technology and media, focusing particularly on copyright, protection of privacy, marketing law, media law, labour law and contract law. He also advise within business law in general. Christian has a broad international experiense, hereunder practising as the legal director of a large international media group. He was then ranked as one of Norway's leading lawyers by Legal 500 (GC Powerlist 2017).
Rød is the managing partner of the company. He assists real estate developers within all aspects of real estate developing. He has broad experience in real estate, including special expertise in housing court, buying/selling, the real estate business, separating and sectioning.
Rød is also specialized within marketing law and IPR, in particular branding and trademark law.
Pettersen is an integral part of our specialist team for IT and Media.
Particularly, she offers assistance to businesses and players in the media, film and music industry, on questions about intellectual property rights, media law, marketing law, contract law, labour law and the protection of privacy.
Pettersen has special expertise in copyright law, (music, film, TV and other media), trademark law and media law, and she has a master's degree with a major in the entertainment industry from King's College, University of London.
Hopsø has broad-based expertise when it comes to legal issues related to real estate.
She has work experience from different units and levels in the municipal sector, and has considerable insight into the administration of public law processes.
Hopsø has special expertise in planning law. Hopsø also counsels in relation to real estate developments and real estate transactions, including due diligence processes and the purchase of real estate companies.
Aassved is part of the IT and Media team, and she works in all fields of law covered by the team.
Aassved has special experience with ICT contracts and public procurements.
Today, she helps vendors respond to calls for bids in all stages of the tender process, and subsequently with claimants in conjunction with the implementation of the processes. Aassved has previous experience as a senior legal adviser with the National Police Computing and Material Service.
Pettersen generally works in the fields of real estate and labour law, but also possesses expertise on intellectual property law.
Pettersen serves employers, employees and trade unions in the field of labour law. When it comes to real estate, she provides services to property developers as well as contractors, e.g. to cooperative housing associations, joint ownership and consumers.
Gåskjønli is an attorney at Bing Hodneland who is affiliated with the Real Estate & Construction Department.
He provides assistance throughout the entire field, especially with emphasis on performance and construction.
Gåskjønli has experience in different types of resolution of disputes, that is both arbitration and before the ordinary courts of law.
Svein Dale Soleng is part of the Real Estate & Construction Department and the IT and Media Department. He works particularly with real estate transactions, copyright issues and the protection of privacy.
Soleng wrote the master’s thesis «The rule of internal control according to section 14 of the Personal Data Act - a practical approach».
Rundfloen was affiliated with our specialist team for real estate and construction.
He mainly worked for property developers, government agencies, builders and entrepreneurs, and provided assistance in relation to all aspects of the ownership, operation and development of real estate.
Steen is affiliated with our Real Estate & Construction Department.
Julia works with questions associated with housing law, property transactions and general issues related to real estate law.
She wrote her master's thesis on the "Transfer of commercial property. Legal problems in connection with different methods for property transactions".
Mathilde Strand Wilhelmsen is part of the IT and Media Department.
Mathilde is specialized in copyright law and international human rights. She wrote her master’s thesis about media responsibility for defamatory statements. Wilhelmsen works particularly within these jurisdictions; freedom of speech, media law, marketing law, intellectual property right and trade mark law. She also assists within labour law.
Ea Herstad is part of the Real Estate & Construction Department.
Ea is specialized in construction law and copyright law. She wrote her master thesis on construction law about the termination policy for measurement contracts. Her master thesis was later published in the Norwegian law journal "Lov og Rett".
Limita Lunde is part of the IT & Media and Labour Law departments.
Limita is specialized in Labour Law and she wrote her master’s thesis about the employer's duty to adjust to special needs. After her studies Lunde has been positioned for seven years as the general manager of Parkteateret Scene and has a broad experience within the music business.
Veslemøy Aga is part of the IT and Media Department.
Veslemøy is specialized in human rights law and wrote her master's thesis about the editorial responsibility on the Internet.
Before becoming a lawyer she worked as a journalist in the Norwegian Business Daily, Dagens Næringsliv, for five years. Aga has also worked as an adviser at the Norwegian Human Rights Institution.
Hermon Melles works mainly with matters concerning IT & Media law. During his last semester he wrote his master thesis titled «Are we entitled to know what the robots are thinking?. The research paper explored the treatment of information through automated decision making after the introduction of GDPR.