Trond Erik Solheim

Partner | lawyer

E-mail: solheim@homble-olsby.no
Phone: +47 23 89 75 70
Mobile: +47 92 49 15 46
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Trond Erik Solheim joined Homble Olsby as partner September 1st 2012. He came from the position as managing associate at Wiersholm.

Trond Erik Solheim primarily works with employment law, pension law and litigation. He is one of Norway's leading lawyers within pension law and assists numerous companies, pension funds and insurance companies with pension and employment law issues. He has broad experience in litigation and is also used as arbitrator in pension law disputes. Solheim also has experience from private investigations, including several high profile investigations.

Solheim is ranked as one of the "leaders in their field" in employment law and pension law by Chambers & Partners and is "recommended" by Legal 500. Chambers says:

"Trond Erik Solheim has considerable litigation experience and advises on pensions, restructuring and redundancy matters. He can sit down, get to the point fast and get the job done quickly; he's efficient."

Solheim is the co-author of the book Restructuring and Work Force Reductions, 2011. Solheim is also an experienced lecturer, sensor and teaching supervisor at the University of Bergen and the University of Oslo.

Trond Erik Solheim is a member of The Norwegian Bar Association, The Norwegian Society of Labor Law and The Pension Forum.

Education and practice

  • Lawyer / partner at Homble Olsby law firm 2012 –
  • Managing associate at Wiersholm 2005 – 2012
  • Deputy Judge at Oslo Court house 2002 – 2005
  • Deputy Judge at Alstahaug Court House 1999 – 2002
  • Scholarship holder, Faculty of Law, at the University of Bergen 1998 - 1999
  • Cand. jur., University of Bergen, 1998
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