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Ronny works with EU/EEA law, primarily with public procurement and state aid, where he has extensive experience in advising suppliers and public authorities, and further with trade compliance, competition law, and general guidance on the EEA Agreement.
His practice includes different sectors, but in particularly in the fields of technology, industry, energy, pharmaceuticals, defense and transport. Ronny has broad experience as a consultant for Norwegian and international companies in complex cases on national and EU/EEA level.
Ronny has as part of his practice assisted clients under investigation of the EFTA Surveillance Authority for breach of the EEA Agreement's state aid rules. Further within the field of public procurements Ronny has been representing many national and international companies in negotiations with public authorities. He has also experience with litigation before both national courts and the EFTA Court.