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MSI Global Alliance admits law firm in Norway

8th September 2016
Pauline Rottstock, MSI Global Alliance

MSI Global Alliance is pleased to announce the admission of the Norwegian law firm Visma Advokater AS.

Visma Advokater AS is a full service law firm, which provides a wide spectrum of legal services including tax, VAT, payroll, employment law, corporate law, contract law and public procurement.

Established in 2005, the five partner firm and its team of more than 30 professionals serves a diverse national and international client base. Visma Advokater AS is represented in the five major cities in Norway, including Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim and Kristiansand.

Christian Fredrik Magnus, founding partner of Visma Advokater AS, comments, “The membership in MSI is a big step for our firm to become an important player in the Norwegian marketplace. We are sure that the membership will prove to be valuable for our clients when conducting business in other parts of the world. We look forward to assisting fellow MSI members whose clients may require legal support in Norway.”

Tim Wilson, chief executive of MSI, comments, “Visma Advokater AS is a very strong law firm operating throughout Norway. They have extensive regional and international interests and I believe that both they and MSI will gain a great deal from membership. I very much look forward to working with them.”

For further information please contact:

MSI Global Alliance
Pauline Rottstock, Marketing and Business Development Manager
Tel: +44 20 7583 7000

About Magnus Legal - Oslo

We are a multidisciplinary business law firm. Our 35 professionals have vast experience in assisting international and domestic clients in both advisory and litigation issues including tax controversy.

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