Martin Jetlund


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Martin is a partner with focus on employment and pensions law. He advises Norwegian and international clients on a broad range of matters, such as reorganisations, acquisitions/mergers, outsourcings, whistleblowing investigations and incentive schemes. He also has in-depth knowledge of EU/EEA law and assists clients with international employment relationships and cross-border operations. Martin also has extensive experience from negotiations and litigation.

Martin has been a lawyer since 2006 and joined Schjødt in 2014. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Bergen and holds an LL.M. in European Law from the University of Nottingham. He is ranked as a leading and recommended individual in international rankings, including Chambers and Partners and Legal 500.


  • 2022

    Leading Individual - Chambers and Partners
  • 2022

    Recommended - Legal 500


  • 2002

    Cand.jur., University of Bergen
  • 2000

    Master of Law in European Law (LL.M.), University of Nottingham


  • 2020

    Comment to the Supreme Court ruling HR-2020-2109-A regarding bonus to hired employees ("Semco case"), Juridika 10 December 2020
  • 2018

    Comment to the Supreme Court's judgement on travel time as working time, Juridika
  • 2015

    "Transfer of undertaking and contractual pension (AFP)", Arbeidsrett nr. 1, s. 122-146
  • 2014

    "Transferee may reduce salaries to the level of its collective agreement, European Employment Law Cases No. 2014-4
  • 2013

    "Assignment of employees when part of an undertaking is transferred", Arbeidsrett og arbeidsliv, Vol. 4 (part 2), p. 295