More about Nora
Nora works with Intellectual Property Law (including patents, trademarks, design, trade secrets and copyright) and marketing law. Her expertise also encompasses regulatory requirements within life science and consumer goods. Nora frequently represents clients before the courts and has experience with complex international disputes. She also has experience with representing clients before other dispute resolution institutions and public authorities, including proceedings before the Industrial Property Office and the Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights. Nora's field of expertise also encompasses legal regulations on confidentiality and Freedom of Information. She has previously worked in the Legislation Department of the Ministry of Justice within Intellectual Property Law, EEA/EU law and administrative law. At the Ministry of Justice, Nora worked with questions related to trade secrets, sharing of information, right to information, confidentiality obligations and non-disclosure exemption of confidential evidence. In 2023, Nora was ranked, being the only one in Norway, as an "Associate to watch" in the category "Intellectual Property" by Chambers and Partners, and she has is ranked as a "Rising star" by Legal 500 and by Managing Intellectual Property (IP Stars). Nora holds a master degree within law from the University of Oslo. Prior to graduation, she worked as a Research assistant at the Department of Private Law, University of Oslo.