CELIA Alliance welcomes Norwegian member firm Haavind

Posted on 9th January, 2014

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CELIA Alliance’s expansion into the Nordic countries continues with the addition of a new member firm in Norway.  We are delighted to announce that leading Norwegian firm Haavind joined the Alliance with effect from 1 September, 2014.

Haavind is one of Norway’s largest law firms, with a history going back to 1893.  Combining legal expertise with industry and business knowledge, the firm is highly ranked in a number of areas.  Haavind’s employment law team is one of the largest in Norway and is ranked as Band1/Tier 1 in the leading legal directories, Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500.  As well as advising on individual and collective employment and labour law issues, Haavind regularly advise international clients on compensation and benefits, domestic and cross-border tax and social security issues, immigration, as well as data protection law, and outsourcing.

The firm prides itself on its solution-oriented and inspiring approach.


For further information on Haavind, please visit the firm’s website at http://haavind.no/en/ or contact Espen Nordbø on ++47 489 90 055.


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