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Egil Stefan Eilertsen


Attorney-at-law and Partner

Advokatfirmaet Harboe & Co AS


+47 23114100

Languages: Norwegian and English

Bar admissions: Norway


Eilertsen is an experienced lawyer in the field of Norwegian income tax for corporations and individuals, VAT, custom charges, duties, and property tax, in a variety of industries such as finance, real estate, trade, manufacturing, energy, and shipping. He represents clients during tax audits, complaints and litigations.

Practice areas

Corporate taxes, Dispute resolution, Litigation, Tax consulting, VAT, Property tax

Sector specialisations

Energy, Financial services, Real estate, Shipping

Association memberships

Member Norwegian Bar Association

Academic qualifications

University of Oslo, cand. jur., 1996


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