Norwegian IP Law Firm

of the Year

Bryn Aarflot was founded in 1947 and is one of Norway’s leading intellectual property firms. We have regularly been ranked by the renowned, independent publication Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) as the “Norwegian IP Law Firm of the Year,” and we have since 2007 been listed in the top tier of MIP’s World IP Survey in trademark, copyright and patent law.

With a high focus on active attendance to our clients’ needs, we take great pride in offering our clients the very best service level in IP in Norway.


The saw that can limit the scope of oil spills

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  • This is Bryn Aarflot

    Bryn Aarflot was founded in 1947 and is one of Norway’s leading intellectual property firms. Our clients range from large international companies to individual entrepreneurs, representing all fields of business and industry.

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  • Our Services

    Bryn Aarflot offers a comprehensive range of IP services covering all areas of science, technology and IP related law. We provide technical and legal assistance at all levels in matters relating to patents, trademarks, design, licensing, copyright, domain names and unfair competition.

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  • Bryn Aarflot is expanding

    It is with great pleasure we can announce the following newest members of Bryn Aarflot

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  • Trine Greaker Herzog awarded «Client Choice Award»

    Trine Greaker Herzog has for the fourth time been awarded the prestigious «Client Choice Award»

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  • Bryn Aarflot recognized in WTR 1000

    The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals 2017

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  • The saw that can limit the scope of oil spills

    On April 20, 2010, something happened that should not have occurred. The Deepwater Horizon oil platform exploded in the Gulf of Mexico and 11 people lost their lives. Thousands of tons of oil gushed into the sea and soiled the coastline of the southwestern United States. At that time, there was no saw that could cut the platform loose to stop the oil leak. The 1Diamond company wanted to do something about it.

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