Marie primarily works with employment and pension law. She assists clients with a wide range of questions related to employment and pensions, such as questions related to the managerial prerogative, working time, information and consultation obligations, occupational injury insurance and contractual pension schemes ("AFP"). Marie assists in several processes related to transfer of undertaking, reorganisations, redundancies and termination of employments. Marie also has experience with questions regarding ownership to and transfer of intellectual property rights during employment.
During her time in Schjødt, Marie has been seconded to Posten Norge AS for four months. Her tasks included advice within several areas of law, such as commercial contracts, revision and drafting of compliance policies within the Posten-group, including the ethical guidelines, and assistance within employment law.Marie has her law degree from the University of Oslo, specialising in Intellectual Property Rights. She was assigned a scholarship from Schjødt and from the Norwegian Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights (NIR) for her master thesis, the theme of which was patent infringement. During her studies, Marie was an intern Borgarting Court of Appeal, as well as in Schjødt and Leiros & Olsen.
"Comment to the Supreme Court's judgement on travel time as working time 4 june", Martin Jetlund and Marie Berggren Hagberg, Juridika, 2018