About Lynx law firm
Lynx advokatfirma is a business law firm centrally located in Oslo, with solid experience in the fields of tax law, procurement law, state aid, employment law, corporate law and information and communication technology law. The firm has been involved in high profiled investigations, such as the investigation of the Icelandic banks. Lynx provides high quality advice covering the relevant practice areas.
As a part of the commitment as a member of the EEA agreement, Norway has implemented three new directives from EU, which are in force from 1. January 2017. The Procurement Act of 16.07.2016 is of general application and includes principles applicable to public procurement, such as, inter alia, equal treatment and transparency. The detailed […]
Read about « your responsibility for datasecurity” , particularly if it could be asserted responsibility for the Board (BOD) of dealing passive to an ever-growing known problem «loss of data integrity “, officers or employees for errors, the BOD control responsibilities under the Norwegian Companies Act, layoffs , the use of instructions for data security is not in itself enough etc.
Lynx law firm has via The Joint Institute for Innovation Policy (JIIP) assisted the European Commission in a study of the Norwegian implementation of regulations on public procurement, in order to make an overall analysis and description of administrative arrangements and country specific settings that impact the effectiveness and cost of Public Procurement procedures.
The essence of this article is that risk in contracts can be reduced considerably by simple means through risk analysis and management. The consequences of missing, or incorrect, risk assessment may be that you suddenly are in breach of the contract. Breach of contract will quickly become costly for both parties.
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