EU/EEA law

The internal market of the EU provides for the free movement of goods, services, people and capital. As a party to the EEA Agreement, the EU internal market acquis also extends to Norway.

If you are based in the EU, you should be able to market your products and services throughout the EU as well as in Norway. However, barriers and restrictions may still be a challenge to the principles of the free movement. Our EU/EEA lawyers can advice on how you may effectively take advantage of the EU Internal Market rules, either by e.g. lodging a complaint to the EFTA Surveillance Authority (the enforcement agency located in Brussels) or by encountering Norwegian decision makers.

Our combination of lawyers with experience from the EFTA Surveillance Authority as well as experience with and from the regulatory

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