Morten Sandli


Morten Sandli. Photo.
Morten has extensive experience in advising industrial companies and investment funds in tax questions, transactions and restructurings. He specialises in corporate tax and company law, and his expertise and experience includes tax and corporate engineering of transaction structures and restructurings, both domestically and internationally, as well as financing structures and management incentive programs. Morten also assists with complaints and legal proceedings against the tax authorities.

Morten has been a tax lawyer since 2004 and joined Schjødt in 2014. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo. He is ranked as leading and recommended individual in international rankings.

Practice Areas


  • 2022

    Leading Individual - Chambers and Partners Europe


  • 2004

    Cand. jur., University of Oslo


  • 2014

    Rentebegrensningsregelen, 2 articles in Praktisk Økonomi & Finans no. 1 and 2 - 2014
  • 2013

    Lønn eller kapitalbeskatning? Syntetiske aksjer og opsjoner i arbeidsforhold (Salary or capital taxation? Synthetic shares and options in employment relationships), Revisjon & Regnskap, No. 6/2013
  • 2013

    Tilsvarende-kriteriet i fritaksmetoden og EØS-retten (The similarity criterion of the exemption method and the EEA law), Revisjon & Regnskap, no.3/2013
  • 2014

    IBA National Report (Cahiers)
  • 2013

    IBA National Report