Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson
Attorney at Law, Partner - Reykjavík
Supreme Court Attorney Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson joined LOGOS in 2007 and became a partner in 2019. He holds an LL.M. degree in competition law from King’s College, London. His areas of expertise are litigation before the courts and authorities, competition law, administrative law, European law, law of obligations and insolvency law. Halldór Brynjar is an experienced litigator and has litigated many of the biggest competition cases in Iceland for the past decade, in addition to having experience in handling a wide range of disputes before courts in other areas of law. Halldór Brynjar has lectured at Reykjavik University, Faculty of Law and has been the President of the court of the Icelandic Chess Federation since 2012. He is also sitting on the Court of Appeal of the Icelandic football association.
- LOGOS Legal Services, 2007-
- Kaupthing Bank, 2007
- Akureyri Magistrate, 2006
- The District Court of Northeast Iceland, 2006
- King’s College, London, MA in European Competition Law, 2017
- Supreme Court Attorney, 2017
- District Court Attorney, 2010
- Reykjavik University, ML, 2009
- "Is court of second instance needed in civil proceedings?", Lögrétta, law students journal, January 2010
- The Legal 500 on EEA and competition
"Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson has been providing high-quality legal services for many years and is always quick to reply and spot on regarding the needs for us as the client."
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The Legal 500 results for 2023
The Legal 500 EMEA 2023 just launched their results. LOGOS is continually top ranked.
Victory in the District Court in the case of Síminn hf. v. the Competition Authority.
Today, 11th October, the District Court of Reykjavik rendered its judgment on Síminn hf.‘s, Iceland‘s incumbent telcom operator, claim for an annullment of a ruling of the competition appeals committee.
The Legal 500 results for 2022
The Legal 500 EMEA 2022 just launched their results, and we are proud to announce that LOGOS Legal Services is a top-rated law firm within all nine categories rated in Iceland.
State Liability due to COVID-19 Restrictions
Innherji has published an article written by Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson partner and Jóna Vestfjörð Hannesdóttir associate at LOGOS.
Icelanders who are able to work made to exercise their sick leave rights
Viðskiptablaðið (Icelandic business magazine) published an article by Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson partner and Jóna Vestfjörð Hannesdóttir associate at LOGOS.
Changes to the Icelandic Competition Act
The Icelandic newspaper Fréttablaðið published an article were Halldór Brynjar Halldórsson and Helga Óttarsdóttir discuss recent changes to the Icelandic Competition Act. In particular, the recent change removing the Competition Authority‘s powers to grant exemptions from Article 10 of the Competition Act (corresponding to Article 101 TFEU).