Hanna Beyer Olaussen


About Hanna Beyer Olaussen

Hanna Beyer Olaussen is a Partner at Wikborg Rein's Oslo office. She is Head of the firm's Technology and Digitalisation department and Head of the firms intellectual property law practice group.

Hanna is focusing on advice to the technology sector. She specializes in intellectual property law, marketing law and IT-law. Hanna works with contract drafting and negotiations, M&A and disputes.

Contracts: Hanna has extensive experience on advising clients in relation to protection and commercialisation of technology, including digital solutions. She assist in drafting and negotiations of e.g. technology transfer agreements, license agreements, various cooperation agreements, research and development agreements, terms of use, service agreements, consultancy agreements, distribution agreements, agent and franchise agreements. She also assists in IT-procurements.

Disputes: Hanna also advises clients in relation to trademarks, marketing law, business secrets and employee inventions, where here practice also includes assisting the clients in dispute resolutions.

M&A: Hanna regularly assists clients in technology transactions with a focus on safeguarding, protecting and evaluating technology investments.

Work experience
  • 2021 -

    Partner, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2018 - 2021

    Specialist Counsel, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2015 - 2018

    Senior Attorney, Advokatfirmaet Ræder

  • 2005 - 2015

    Attorney, Wiersholm Advokatfirma

  • 2004 - 2010

    Course Tutor and Examiner, University of Oslo

  • 2004 - 2005

    Associate, Svennson Nøkleby Advokatfirma

  • 2017

    Business Administration, Handelshøyskolen BI

  • 2006

    Law Practice Certificate

  • 2003

    Cand. Jur., University of Oslo

  • 2002

    Intellectual and IT law, University of Southampton

  • 1997

    Bachelor in Social Education, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

  • 1994

    Elementary courses in psychology, University of Bergen

  • Lov og data (2015/03): Art & Allposters: EU-domstolen fastslår at konsumpsjon gjelder den pågjeldende, fysiske gjenstanden