Norway’s vast fishery resources represent an important international contribution, supplying a growing population. The potential is enormous.
The sea covers 70% of the Earth’s surface, but only 2% of the global food production stems from the sea.
Technology and knowledge about the sea constitutes the foundation of the blue revolution that has taken place along the Norwegian coast during the last decades. Seafood is Norway’s second biggest export industry after oil and gas.
We assist our clients in safeguarding their resources and interests in a strictly regulated sector affected by national and international policy-making. Through decades as advisors within the industry, our lawyers have acquired in-depth knowledge of the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. We use our firm’s broad expertise assisting clients in all phases: from patents, through negotiations and contracts, to reorganisations or administrative and criminal law.