Fredrik Lilleaas Ellingsen heads Selmer's Dispute Resolution practice group, and is specialized in litigation, arbitration and complex/high value commercial disputes. He serves as a strategic legal advisor and problem solver for clients in domestic and international matters.
He has experience from litigating numerous cases within a broad field of legal areas and industries, including technology disputes, construction, damages claims, M&A disputes, IT projects and intellectual property (IP). Fredrik has served 5 years as a judge at Oslo District Court, and is affiliated with the University of Oslo as a university lecturer where he regularly teaches civil and commercial procedural law. He is one of Norway's leading experts on disclosure and seizure of evidence, and passed a qualifying case before the Supreme Court of Norway in 2019 concerning a principal question of disclosure of digital evidence.
Fredrik is the former head of the prestigious JUC network for litigation and dispute resolution, and is the author of the legal commentary to the Lugano Convention (Brussels regime) for Karnov Group Norway.
He is ranked by Legal 500 as a Next Generation Partner within Dispute Resolution in Norway (2023) and is highlighted by Leaders League in "Norway - Best Law Firms for Dispute Resolution" (2022)