Processing of personal data in Gram, Hambro & Garman Advokatfirma AS ("GHG").

When you use our website or otherwise contact us, GHG will process personal information about you. Our use is in accordance with the Personal Data Act of 2018, and consequently the regulation that follows from the EU's Privacy Regulation (hereinafter referred to as "GDPR"). Therefore, below you will find information about personal data that is collected, why we do this and your rights related to the processing of personal data. Responsible for the personal data we process is Gram, Hambro & Garman Advokatfirma AS at the board. GHG's contact information is:

Address: Rådhusgaten 5b, 0151 Oslo


Phone: 22 94 14 20

Organization no .: 980 407 543

For spørsmål du måtte ha om vår behandling av dine personopplysninger kan du kontakte Nadia Nilsen| | 90 77 22 12.

1. What personal information we collect and why we collect it

We collect and use your personal information for different purposes depending on who you are and how we come into contact with you. We collect the following personal information for the purposes stated here:

  1. Send out marketing, newsletters and provide information about our business: E-mail address. The processing is based on the consent you have given, cf. GDPR art. 6 No. 1 letter a.
  2. Reply to inquiries that come to us: Name, telephone number, e-mail address and any personal information that may result from the inquiry. The processing of personal data is based on a balance of interests, cf. GDPR art. 6 number 1 letter f. We have considered it so this is often necessary for us to help you with what you are wondering.
  3. By using our legal services, we will record and process personal information associated with the client to the extent necessary to complete the assignment and manage the client relationship, including billing. The processing takes place on the basis of GHG's legitimate interest in carrying out the assignment and storing information related to the case, cf. GDPR art. 6 No. 1 letter f.
  4. Recruitment to new positions at: CV, application, certificates and references. The processing of personal data is based on the consent you have given, cf. GDPR art. 6 No. 1 letter a.
  5. To obtain information about the use of our website we use cookies. You can read more about cookies and what cookies we use below. We process personal data on the basis of a balance of interests. We have considered it necessary for us to do this to personalize the website to our users. However, we protect your privacy by using the statistics only. In these statistics, it is not possible to identify yourself as an individual.

2. Disclosure of personal data to others

We will not pass on your personal information to others unless there is a legal basis for such disclosure. Examples of such a basis will typically be an agreement with you or a legal basis that requires us to disclose the information, including the accounting and money laundering rules.

In order to run our business, we rely on partners who can assist with the development, delivery and operation of our ICT systems. Our subcontractors will be able to access personal information that we process as part of their delivery and operation of our ICT systems. All our data processors are located within the EEA and are required to comply with applicable privacy laws, including necessary technical and organizational measures to ensure that personal information we have collected is securely protected and processed. We have entered into written data processing agreements with all our subcontractors.

3. Cookies and web analytics

GHG uses cookies on our websites, such as Google Analytics. Cookies are small text files that are stored on the device you use to visit a website. This allows the website to remember, among other things, your actions or preferences over time and to display the most relevant content for an enhanced user experience.

Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. If you do not want this, you can change your browser settings so that cookies from are not accepted. However, this can lead to a poorer user experience of the website.

The use of cookies is regulated in Electronic Communications Act § 2-7b.

Initially, IP addresses are stored in such a way that no personal data is recorded. To the extent that we process personal data through the use of cookies, the legal basis is legitimate interests, cf. GDPR art. 6 number 1 letter f. GHG's legitimate interest is to manage and improve the websites and services otherwise.

More information about cookies can be found, for example, on the Web site ( cookies).

4. Storage time

We store your personal information with us for as long as it is necessary for the purpose for which the personal information was collected.

This means, for example, that the personal data that we process on the basis of your consent will be deleted if you withdraw your consent. The personal information we process to fulfill an agreement with you is deleted when the agreement is fulfilled and all obligations arising from the agreement are fulfilled.

Personal data stored in connection with legal assignments are routinely stored for 10 years after the assignment has been completed, in accordance with the Norwegian Bar Association's recommendations. The assignment could be stored for more than 10 years if we have a legal basis for processing and need for further storage of personal data.

Accounting legislation otherwise requires us to store certain accounting documents for a specified period of time, as a general rule 3.5 years or 5 years.

5. Your rights when we process personal information about you

You have the right to demand access, rectification or deletion of the personal data we process about you. You also have the right to demand limited processing, object to the processing and demand the right to data portability. You can read more about the content of these rights on the Danish Data Protection Agency's website:

For å ta i bruk dine rettigheter må du kontakte oss via e-post til Vi vil svare på din henvendelse til oss så fort som mulig, og senest innen 30 dager.

We will ask you to confirm your identity or to provide further information before allowing us to exercise your rights to us. We do this to ensure that we only provide access to your personal information to you - and not someone who pretends to be you.

Du kan til enhver tid trekke tilbake ditt samtykke for behandling av personopplysninger hos oss. Den enkleste måten å gjøre dette på, er å kontakte oss via e-post til Vi kommer da til å slette opplysningene uten ugrunnet opphold, med mindre vi har et annet rettslig grunnlag for videre behandling.

6. Complaints

If you believe that our processing of personal data does not match what we have described here or that we are in other ways violating the privacy laws, we appreciate that you contact us as soon as possible. We will endeavor to get to your points as best we can, and to the extent we believe it is reasonable based on applicable legal provisions.

You can also complain to the Data Inspectorate. You can find information on how to contact the Data Inspectorate on the Data Protection Agency's website:

7. Changes

If there is a change in our services or changes in the regulations regarding the processing of personal data, it may result in a change in the information provided here. If we have your contact information, we will notify you of these changes. Otherwise, up-to-date information will always be readily available on our website.