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Dispute Resolution — Sweden


Mannheimer Swartling - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Continues to be at the forefront of the disputes area in Sweden, frequently acting as lead counsel on high-value international arbitration cases and gaining recognition as a dominant force in contentious issues. Often acts on cross-border disputes including cases involving the former Soviet Union, jurisdictions in the CEE region and China. Sector expertise includes energy and infrastructure, as well as telecoms and finance-related issues.

Strengths One client praises the team's "outstanding flexibility and availability," adding that "their knowledge is superb, and they provide quick and accurate answers from colleagues in other legal fields. They also have very good cross-border capabilities."

Another source confirms the department's excellent service and cross-border expertise: "They are a perfect international practice with great flexibility and the ability to effectively deal with all problems."

Work highlights Represented a European energy company in an ICSID arbitration concerning an investment in the energy sector.

Advised an IT consulting company on its dispute against the Swedish Public Employment Service following the termination of two contracts.

Notable practitioners

According to sources, Robin Oldenstam is "an extraordinarily good litigator" and "has a thorough understanding of the law, is strategic in a tactical sense and really understands what the client wants to achieve, which he is then able to execute." He has a leading reputation as both a litigator and an arbitrator, representing clients in domestic and international disputes.

Co-head Fredrik Andersson is highly regarded across the Swedish market. He represents clients in a broad range of arbitration and litigation proceedings and also advises on contentious matters in niche areas such as shipping and investment protection.

Olle Flygt handles both litigation and arbitration proceedings, representing clients before Swedish and international tribunals, and wins recommendations for his work in regulatory cases and major domestic disputes. He is praised by clients for being a very "dedicated and efficient" lawyer who "turns every stone" and has "a proactive approach."

Kristoffer Löf is a well-known and active arbitration counsel both within the Swedish market and internationally, particularly among Russian clients, as he regularly spends time working from the firm's Moscow office to represent clients in cross-border disputes involving the two jurisdictions. He is described as an "excellent option for high-value international arbitration proceedings in Sweden. He is great both in his advice on the substance as well as his approach to managing the process, which to clients can seem daunting." He typically handles arbitration cases with a focus on oil and gas, energy and infrastructure.

Stefan Brocker wins plaudits from sources for the sound technical expertise he brings to disputes, and his experience in a broad range of industries including automotive, shipping and transport. One client says "he is very easy-going and builds a great relationship with the client," and characterises him as "an excellent litigator."

Mattias Göransson is praised by clients for his "good advice which is based on operational skills and a solid strategic approach." He typically handles commercial litigation and arbitration and has experience in the biotech and energy industries as well as recently leading cases for clients in the IT and technology sector.

Hans Hammarbäck typically acts on commercial litigation and also handles arbitration cases. He frequently acts for clients in the insurance sector on contentious matters including disputes involving regulatory issues and reinsurance business.

About the Team (content provided by Mannheimer Swartling)

Mannheimer Swartling advises on the full range of legal matters that its clients face. As the largest law firm in the Nordic region, the firm offers both the scope and the scale required to handle the most demanding projects. And operating as a true lockstep firm ensures that its collective experience and expertise is available to every assignment. 

Clients from all areas of the private and public sectors turn to the firm for counsel of exceptional quality. Clients include distinguished companies and organisations in Sweden and around the world. The firm’s approximately 400 lawyers are specialised in different areas of business law and industries. Meaning that they understand their clients’ commercial challenges, while having the legal expertise to find the optimal solutions. 

The firm’s fundamental objective is to always surpass the expectations of its clients. Thus it’s aim is to recruit, keep and develop the most passionate legal talent. This business model is founded on the team spirit which is deeply rooted in the firm’s corporate culture.


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Advokatfirman Vinge KB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Excellent commercial disputes team with capacity to handle large cross-border litigation and international arbitration. Notable experience in East-West disputes, with several Russian speakers in the department. High-value energy mandates have become a principal focus, alongside cases concerning IP and competition law. Recent work has included acting for clients in the telecoms, pharmaceutical and banking sectors.

Strengths One source says: "I am very impressed and satisfied with the way they work. I have received their full attention and quick replies." This client goes on to explain: "They were very good at preparing me for court and made me feel comfortable."

Another interviewee comments that the lawyers are "highly skilled" and possess "in-depth knowledge of very complicated regulations."

Work highlights Challenged a partial award in favour of BOTAS on behalf of DEPA in a USD175 million arbitration proceeding.

Notable practitioners

A highly respected figure in the market, Mikael Broomé offers clients a deep market knowledge and acts as a consultant on domestic and international arbitration and litigation.

Jonas Eklund has a strong track record in international mandates, with a focus on arbitration. He represented Investment AB Öresund in liability claims brought against it by HQ Bank. Clients highlight that he is "strategically oriented with a good understanding of business and its challenges," adding that he brings "a problem-solving mindset" to matters.

Dual-qualified in the UK and Sweden, James Hope is highly active within the energy sector, particularly on international arbitration cases. He acted on Gazprom's USD50 billion arbitration proceedings with Naftogaz, acting as co-counsel together with teams in London and Moscow. He is lauded by sources as a "very skilled and experienced" international litigator and arbitrator who is "excellent in front of a tribunal and has a very good feel for the sentiment in the courtroom."

Krister Azelius is based in the firm's Skåne office and heads the disputes practice there. He represents clients in domestic and cross-border commercial disputes and arbitrations. Interviewees recommend him for his handling of complicated, hostile disputes and appreciate his "good, commercial advice and guidance," noting that he is "excellent at understanding client needs."

A "detail-oriented" commercial litigator, Mattias Rosengren is highlighted for his "ability to understand complicated structures," and handles disputes in a number of technical areas such as financial services and energy. He advised Nordkalk on its case for the judicial review of a decision by the Swedish government concerning areas of land that were designated as protected environments. Clients emphasise that he can "identify and focus on the key issues."

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Gernandt & Danielsson Advokatbyrå KB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Solid team representing Swedish and international blue chips, financial institutions and public bodies in high-profile disputes. Particularly strong focus on financial markets, corporate law and contentious regulatory matters. Recent work highlights have included assisting clients with energy and capital markets mandates.

Strengths One interviewee describes the team as "reliable and flexible," adding that "they have been truly exceptional to work with."

Another source comments that "they always provide a high-quality service."

Work highlights Represented Naftogaz of Ukraine in a multibillion-dollar arbitration proceeding against Gazprom concerning a gas supply contract.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Björn Tude is described by clients as "sharp, experienced and knowledgeable." He is a seasoned litigator, with notable experience in representing clients in Swedish and international disputes. He recently represented a manufacturer of mechanical devices on an arbitration in connection with a damages claim of USD80 million brought by another manufacturer.

Charlotta Falkman deals with a mixture of litigation and arbitration and has a particular focus on corporate disputes, handling contentious issues arising from transactions and financing arrangements. She is described by sources as "extremely skilled and very easy to work with." She recently advised a number of Swedish sellers in proceedings against a US private equity group following a majority share acquisition, seeking payments of additional purchase price in the region of SEK200 million.

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Advokatfirman Lindahl - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Respected for handling large commercial disputes, including international and domestic arbitration proceedings. Advises on international disputes, most commonly involving Eastern European, Baltic and CIS countries. Sector expertise includes telecoms, IT and IP, as well as banking, public procurement and competition law. New clients include the Republic of Turkey.

Strengths One client praises the "very capable team," explaining that "they had a sound understanding of the legal position" and "went above and beyond our expectations."

Work highlights Represented Gazprom in challenge proceedings for an arbitral award instigated by the Republic of Lithuania before Swedish courts concerning allegedly unfair gas prices.

Acted for China Petrochemical on challenge proceedings against Cypress Oilfield Holdings concerning a damages award of approximately USD40 million.

Notable practitioners

Bo Nilsson has an excellent reputation for his expertise in Swedish and international arbitration proceedings, often sitting as an arbitrator as well as representing parties as counsel. He is a fluent Russian speaker and has a particular focus on mandates involving the Russian oil and gas sector, with experience of representing the Russian Federation in matters related to the long-running, major arbitration concerning the Yukos oil company, which recently involved several Swedish court proceedings. Sources enthuse that he is "extremely experienced and highly regarded."

Jesper Tiberg acts as legal counsel in litigation proceedings and is described by sources as "very charming and intellectually fluent," and is noted for his "excellent legal skills and responsiveness." He has a strong focus on arbitration, frequently including international disputes. His recent work includes handling cases for clients in the oil and gas and technology sectors.

Therese Isaksson advises on domestic and cross-border arbitration and is also recommended for her work on litigation involving contractual disputes and negligence claims. Interviewees highlight her strong "attention to detail" and her "good judgement in procedural issues." She assisted two Russian regions with a USD22.4 billion arbitration claim relating to alleged breaches of an agreement in relation to oil exploration projects.

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Our dispute resolution team is one of Sweden's leading, both in terms of expertise and capacity. We can handle complicated and large contentious matters nationally and internationally. The team is uniquely equipped to handle matters concerning the Baltic and CIS countries and it provides services in Russian and the Baltic languages. The team includes some of Sweden's top litigators and arbitration counsel with experience of ICC, LCIA, AAA, SCC, FCCC, UNCITRAL, CIETAC and other arbitration in a variety of seats including Stockholm, London, Paris, New York and Hong Kong.

http://www.lindahl.se/en/areas/commercial-dispute-resolution/


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White & Case Advokat AB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Widely respected for its work with commercial litigation and international arbitration. Utilises its global network to advise on multi-jurisdictional mandates, frequently taking on cases with issuers involving the Nordics, Western Europe and Eastern Europe. Work of late has involved insurance and infrastructure disputes.

Strengths Sources say that "the team's work is always excellent: the lawyers are very knowledgeable and easy to work with. We have also had very positive experiences of White & Case's cross-border capabilities."

One interviewee praises the "highly skilled" practitioners, who are able to "adapt to the client's needs and preference." This client also highlights their "good understanding of the business."

Work highlights Represented Codan and its subsidiary Trygg-Hansa in a SEK135 million insurance claim litigation linked to a warehouse fire.

Acted for Peab on its SEK125 million claim dispute against Västfastigheter in connection with faulty construction works.

Notable practitioners

Anders Reldén heads the department with exceptional expertise and is described by clients as "very business-oriented, highly skilled and knowledgeable." He offers representation in numerous types of disputes and is particularly noted for his work in construction litigation, also acting on matters in the energy and insurance sectors.

According to clients, Niklas Forsmark Helmer is "effective and efficient, as well as easy to talk to. He is a really good lawyer with great technical knowledge. Handing a case over to him means I do not have to worry about the progress; I trust that he will handle everything and he does." He typically acts on construction disputes, serving numerous clients in the industry and is particularly recommended for civil contract disputes.

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Baker McKenzie - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Strong international reach acting for major clients in the insurance market and on professional liability. Represents companies from many sectors including IT and pharmaceuticals. Noted for its abilities on multi-jurisdictional cases and is particularly involved in cases involving the Russian market. Recent additions to the department's list of clients include Cigna Insurance Services.

Strengths One source values the group's "in-depth knowledge," while another client describes the lawyers as "analytical and patient."

Work highlights Represented two former board members of HQ Bank in damages claims connected to the bank's collapse.

Acted for Apollo Travel Group on a dispute against Asistan Turistik concerning a damages claim.

Notable practitioners

Jonas Benedictsson handles a range of litigation proceedings, with a strong focus on the insurance sector. He is highly sought after for mandates involving Russia, frequently acting on international arbitration cases involving CIS countries. He acted for KPMG in a professional liability claim involving allegations of negligent audits.

Stefan Bessman is praised for being "very attentive and well prepared" by clients. His practice covers a range of disputes, particularly in the area of insurance and financial services, where he is known for his "in-depth experience of the insurance market." He also has strong experience and focus in relation to international arbitration involving the Russian market. He represented Swiss Re in a SEK300 million dispute against Aspis Life Insurance.

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Advokatfirman Cederquist KB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Recommended for finance-related disputes on both a domestic and international scale, and is also renowned for its work in insurance disputes. Also handles litigation and arbitration concerning matters such as banking, construction and energy. Added Skanska and Husqvarna to its client portfolio.

Strengths One source enjoys working with the "service-minded team," explaining that the lawyers "always respond as soon as possible and with quality answers."

Another client appreciates the group's "very high level of service and quality of work," particularly highlighting the practitioners' "short response times" and "experience in this area."

Work highlights Acted for Swedbank as creditor on contentious proceedings relating to the bankruptcy of Emtunga Offshore.

Represented Deutsche Bank as creditor in a dispute against a borrower.

Notable practitioners

Fredrik Forssman handles a broad range of disputes and offers particular expertise in commercial and construction disputes. Clients say: "He has a great understanding of our business and is easy to work with." He acted for the Boeing Company in arbitration and court proceedings in a USD400 million dispute with RSC Energia and Yuzhnoye concerning a joint venture involving satellites.

Erik Wernberg represents clients in both domestic and cross-border disputes, including contentious matters in construction, insurance and financial services, and professional liability claims. Interviewees highlight his "strong client service. He is responsive, commercially aware and really understands our industry." He recently defended former board members of Kraft & Kultur Sverige against claims of SEK1.78 billion brought by Grant Thornton.

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Danowsky & Partners - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Climbs the rankings on the basis of strong market feedback. Well-regarded boutique which earns respect from a wide range of sources for handling high-profile mandates. Particularly experienced in IP and media disputes, as well as handling general litigation and arbitration. Receives further recommendation for matters concerning professional negligence and banking and finance.

Strengths Sources highlight the speed and commitment of the team, describing the lawyers as "fast, responsive, always available and proactive."

Work highlights Represented Nordea in a SEK500 million dispute with the Swedish government concerning wrongful implementation of the EU VAT directive.

Acted for Dagens Nyheter on copyright infringement proceedings.

Notable practitioners

Peter Danowsky is a respected lawyer within the domestic dispute resolution market and a highly renowned litigator for media law cases and IP-related disputes. He also regularly sits as an arbitrator. He advised Girjas sameby on a litigation against the Swedish government concerning the fishing and hunting rights of the Sami population. Clients enthuse that he is "sharp, experienced and knowledgeable."

A rising star, Andreas Eriksson advises on domestic and cross-border litigation and arbitration. He represented the former CEO of Panaxia in an insolvency-related liability dispute and is praised by clients as an "intelligent and knowledgable" lawyer.

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Frank Advokatbyrå AB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-regarded boutique firm specialising in dispute resolution and IP. Represents an array of clients in disputes in the general and administrative courts, as well as in domestic and international arbitration proceedings. New client wins include Vattenfall.

Strengths Sources enthuse that “the lawyers are very good at understanding our business and taking that into consideration when giving us advice."

Another interviewee comments: "The group has demonstrated an impeccable ability to combine in-depth legal knowledge with an understanding of the client's needs."

Work highlights Advised HQ on its proceedings against former board members, a former majority shareholder and a former auditor in connection with the bankruptcy of HQ Bank.

Assisted Swedegas with its appeal against regulatory changes in connection with gas and electricity tariffs.

Notable practitioners

Helena Dandenell represents clients in corporate and financial disputes. Clients highlight that she is "extremely good at making complex matters easy to understand," and praise her "attention to detail and good presentation of complicated cases." She is also regularly appointed in arbitration due to her "tremendous work as an arbitrator," according to sources.

The "extremely knowledgeable" Marcus Axelryd is an increasingly prominent partner at the firm, advising on corporate disputes. He focuses on mandates from the energy sector.

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Hamilton Advokatbyrå - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Strong group particularly renowned for its specialist expertise in insurance litigation. Also receives recognition for its work within the financial sector and frequently handles disputes concerning audit liability and professional liability. Consensus Asset Management is a new client win for the team.

Strengths Sources note that the lawyers are “strategic and always have the client's best interests in mind.”

Clients also highlight that the team is “very easy to work with."

Work highlights Assisted Coastline RE Holdings with a dispute against Fagerdala World Foams in connection with the validity and enforcement of a guarantee agreement.

Notable practitioners

Olof Nilsson receives praise for his work in audit and professional liability disputes, and also handles a range of other contentious matters. He recently defended a KPMG partner against negligence claims put forward by HQ Bank. Sources remark on his "exceptional insight," adding that "he makes every effort to resolve matters and is always available."

Johannes Ericson is praised by sources for being "easy to work with and good at involving the client." Interviewees consistently note his strong knowledge of insurance and liability disputes. He recently acted on Moore Stephens' liability litigations against the bankruptcy estate, former CEO and a former board member of a company in bankruptcy.

Clients note that Ola Hansson is "efficient, knowledgeable and creative," and highlight his "great commitment and availability." Hansson focuses on IP and TMT-related litigation and recently advised Roca Industry on a design right infringement case brought by GSAB. He additionally assists clients with shareholder and M&A-related disputes.

The "result-oriented" Magnus Rydberg continues to impress with his expertise in insurance, real estate and professional liability disputes. Clients endorse him as a "very strategic" litigator.

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”The real challenge is helping our client through this crisis with minimum disturbance to the day-to-day operations.” - Johannes Ericson, partner

Hamilton’s team of dispute resolution specialists is one of the best in Sweden. We are highly ranked by Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and Global Arbitration Review. Drawing on our broad and extensive experience we are well prepared to help our clients’ face any challenge related to disputes.

We represent clients irrespective of nationality or business sector in all disputes. We have extensive experience in arbitrations under international rules and administered by international bodies such as the SCC, ICC, LCIA and UNCITRAL.

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Hannes Snellman - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Established and experienced team handling both domestic and international cases in numerous areas, including transport, M&A, banking and finance, energy, infrastructure and public law.

Notable practitioners

David Ackebo is a key contact for the department.

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Hannes Snellman’s dispute resolution practice has a long and proven track record of generating successful results for the Firm’s clients. We advise clients in their business disputes, regulatory investigations and cases of insolvency. We have a wealth of experience in domestic and cross-border litigation, ad hoc and administered arbitration proceedings as well as in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. With a focus on complex international cases, we provide a dedicated team of experts who litigate and arbitrate disputes across different business sectors and under a wide variety of jurisdictions in an efficient and result-oriented manner.

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Kastell Advokatbyrå AB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Noteworthy practice which moves up the rankings this year. Focuses on commercial disputes with particular strength in litigation related to regulatory markets, antitrust law and IP and media cases. Also involved in high-profile competition and professional negligence mandates. Recently gained Booking.com as a client.

Strengths One client is "very impressed" with the team's ability to “tackle questions in an effective way and give sound advice that is applicable to the business.”

Another source adds that the lawyers “always act without delay and are very experienced."

Work highlights Assisted Adecco Sweden with a damages claim against the County Board of Västra Götaland following changes to a procurement contract.

Defended Telia in two breach of competition law cases brought by Yarps Network Services and Tele2.

Notable practitioners

Hailed as an "excellent communicator," Magnus Eriksson also stands out to clients for his "practical approach." A highly experienced commercial litigator, he recently advised Merck Sharp & Dohme on a pharmaceutical regulatory litigation in connection with state subsidies for a particular drug.

Henrik Bielenstein typically handles consultant liability claims and insurance disputes. Sources commend him as a "very experienced and efficient" adviser. He represented Grant Thornton Sweden in a SEK1.7 billion professional negligence litigation brought by Troms Kraft.

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Roschier - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

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What the team is known for Solid disputes practice with a reputation for international arbitration and complex commercial litigation. Known for its close co-operation with the Helsinki office and its wide-ranging sector expertise, including energy, infrastructure and technology. SBAB, Gategroup and Mandator are recent additions to the department's client roster.

Strengths One client describes the practitioners as "efficient and co-operative," and goes on to say: "The team is internationally minded and well positioned for cross-border dispute resolution projects."

Work highlights Represented ConocoPhillips in an arbitral award challenge against Uniper concerning the revision of the price of natural gas under an existing supply agreement.

Advised Ostchem on a dispute against Odessa Port Plant relating to deliveries of natural gas, involving a claim for unpaid deliveries, lost profits and penalty interest.

Notable practitioners

Rikard Wikström-Hermansen assists clients with a wide range of disputes, but typically focuses on international arbitration matters involving the energy sector. He represented H&M in a litigation against the Swedish Consumer Agency following a fine for alleged breach of Swedish law relating to credit policy. Clients enthuse that he is "extremely reliable and creative" and "really felt in charge" of the case.

Johan Sidklev specialises in energy litigations and arbitrations, and advised First National Petroleum Corporation on its claim against a Russian oil and gas supplier in connection with exploration rights to an oil field in Siberia. Clients appreciate his "extensive experience" as well as his "strategic planning of cross-border disputes."

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Setterwalls - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Respected outfit handling a wide range of domestic and international litigation and arbitration. Areas of focus include energy and construction disputes and contentious issues relating to M&A, such as corporate disputes concerning joint ventures and director liability claims. Consolis is a new client win for the department.

Strengths Interviewees state: “The team has a depth of knowledge that allows them to be very efficient and well prepared for court cases."

Clients also describe the team as "a very strong outfit that is capable of handling both large international arbitration and smaller domestic cases efficiently."

Work highlights Assisted the Swedish Public Employment Service with its dispute against CGI relating to a contract termination.

Notable practitioners

Jesper Grünbaum predominantly acts on corporate law disputes including both cross-border and domestic cases across numerous industry sectors. He advised Quest on a dispute with Cleanergy relating to prior share purchases. Sources note that he is "very analytical and good in court."

Johan Strömbäck's broad practice encompasses disputes relating to shareholdings and financing arrangements as well as post-M&A disputes. He represented a former director in a dispute brought by SEB and Sportvision in connection with liabilities for corporate debt. His tough approach is highlighted by clients, who say: "He asks the right questions and leaves no stone unturned," adding that "he will do whatever is necessary to win a case."

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Wistrand Advokatbyrå - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Strong presence in the professional negligence and insurance disputes area, frequently representing professional services clients such as major legal, auditing and consultancy firms. Also handles litigation and arbitration concerning energy, investment, IP and industry. Recent client wins include WL Care and Conelement.

Strengths One client highlights the team's "understanding of our business," which facilitates the lawyers' "speed when answering questions."

Work highlights Assisted the bankruptcy estate of Saab with several claims and proceedings lodged against GM, Opel and former suppliers.

Notable practitioners

Harry Bergman represents clients in high-profile commercial litigation and arbitration. He advised a former company director in a EUR350 million liability dispute relating to HQ Bank's collapse. Clients find him to be a "creative and thoughtful" adviser, while one interviewee describes him as a "very sympathetic and likeable lawyer who knows how to get the judges to see your side," adding that he is "good to use when there are some unusual elements in a claim."

Jörgen Eklund has a broad corporate litigation practice, with recent experience covering the insurance, construction and medical technology sectors. Clients appreciate that he is "sharp and responds very fast."

Johan Gregow acts on insurance liability suits and other types of commercial litigation. He also demonstrates expertise on cases in the finance and real estate sectors, and represented Koggbron and its subsidiaries in a dispute against two banks in connection with professional negligence claims related to loan agreements. Clients appreciate that "he makes the extra effort to understand complex technical issues."

Andreas Rönnheden is described as "a great communicator" by clients and specialises in professional liability disputes, especially insolvency-related cases within the financial sector. Clients endorse him as a "sharp and intelligent" litigator who is "fun to work with since he involves the client so much in the strategic planning when the client wants to be involved."

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A1 Advokater - Dispute Resolution Department

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Band 4

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Specialised domestic commercial disputes boutique, known for its work involving various high-profile litigation mandates. Well-rounded sector expertise including banking and finance, energy, real estate, insurance and IT. Additionally provides arbitration services.

Strengths One interviewee says they were "impressed with the quality of the lawyers' work," adding that “they left no stone unturned."

Notable practitioners

Torgny Wetterberg is lauded by clients as an “intelligent, sharp and focused” litigator. He predominantly acts on civil and criminal litigation, and he also assists clients with arbitration matters. He is particularly recommended by sources for matters such as white-collar crime.

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Delphi - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Commended for both its domestic and international arbitration expertise. Notable experience of energy disputes, with fluent Russian speakers in the department. Other areas of expertise include IP, TMT, construction, insurance and finance. Also has knowledge of insolvency-related disputes.

Strengths Clients endorse the team's “availability, knowledge, experience and efficiency.”

Interviewees also highlight the lawyers' “deep knowledge in all required fields.”

Work highlights Advised Kindred Group on its challenge to the Swedish government's decision to grant a concession for betting to ATG.

Assisted the bankruptcy estate of Saab with its clawback claims against a number of suppliers.

Notable practitioners

Peter Skoglund is highly experienced in financial sector disputes, and acts on both litigation and arbitration. He is also noted by sources for his work on IP litigation and handles real estate disputes.

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DLA Piper - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Handles a broad range of commercial litigation and arbitration mandates, with particular strength in insolvency and insurance disputes. A strong choice for cross-border instructions, with clients benefiting from its international network. Highly active within the banking sector.

Strengths Clients enthuse that the lawyers are “fearless, smart and always available.”

Work highlights Represented Gravity4 in its appeal against administrative fines levied in connection with alleged regulatory breaches.

Advised DGC Property Investment Management on its claim relating to a shareholder's contribution payment.

Notable practitioners

Gunnar Johansson is a key contact for clients.

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Advokatfirman Hammarskiöld & Co AB - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Represents domestic and international clients in a range of commercial disputes. Department strengths include competition law, professional liability and insurance law. Additionally acts on criminal law cases, as well as assisting clients with arbitration proceedings. Highly active in the financial, technology and insurance sectors.

Strengths Sources reveal that the lawyers are “experienced and skilled in the courtroom.”

Work highlights Represented Svenska Spel in a civil action against five individuals for gaming fraud.

Acted for Yarps Network Services on a damages claim against Telia for alleged breach of competition law.

Notable practitioners

Per Sundin is an experienced commercial litigator who is known in the market for his work on competition law-related disputes, handling follow-on damages claims relating to abuse of dominance decisions. He also assisted with the Swedish Pension Agency's dispute with Falcon Funds, relating to the termination of a co-operation agreement. Sources remark on his "good business understanding," adding that he is "a skilful negotiator and very easy to work with."

Lars Ulrichs is highly experienced in the insurance sector and frequently represents clients in disputes related to reinsurance matters, marine insurance cases and compliance issues. Interviewees praise his "in-depth knowledge" and his "good judgement."

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Hammarskiöld & Co’s Dispute Resolution Group has extensive experience in a broad range of commercial disputes, often of a large and complex nature and with international parties. Hammarskiöld & Co Dispute Resolution lawyers are frequently involved in disputes within the financial and insurance sectors, in industrial and constructions disputes as well as in M&A-related disputes. In addition, Hammarskiöld & Co frequently handles professional liability disputes competition disputes, public procurement litigation, marketing law litigation and intellectual property disputes. Several of the lawyers are regularly appointed to act as arbitrators in major commercial disputes.
The team is known for handling high-profile and complex disputes, and the firm is entrusted to act on behalf of an enviable client list.

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MAQS Advokatbyrå - Dispute Resolution Department

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What the team is known for Particularly active in litigation and arbitration concerning construction, real estate and energy, and increasingly handles mandates with international aspects. Other areas of expertise include insurance, IP and transportation disputes. Fastighetspartner Bromma is a recent client win.

Strengths One interviewee values the “experienced team," adding that it possesses "a lot of knowledge." This source goes on to highlight its "cross-border capabilities.”

A second client appreciates the department's “quick assistance” and “high quality” of work.

Work highlights Defended Stiftelsen Industrifonden in a dispute against a private individual who claimed for damages after the venture capital trust acquired the claimant's company.

Represented HSB as claimant in a dispute relating to the termination of a service agreement.

Notable practitioners

Pontus Ewerlöf acts for a broad range of clients and is experienced in cross-border litigation and arbitration. He represented the Republic of Kazakhstan in an energy dispute concerning its challenge to an arbitral award under the Energy Charter Treaty.

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Norburg & Scherp Advokatbyrå - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Specialist disputes outfit representing Swedish and international clients in commercial litigation and arbitration. Covers the full range of practice areas, with recent mandates relating to real estate, energy and IP. Ericsson and Danske Bank recently joined the team's client roster.

Strengths One client says that "they are a very skilled law firm with a strong team," while another interviewee describes the practitioners as "responsive" and "pleasant."

Work highlights Advised Norse Hotels Scandinavia on SCC arbitration proceedings and the consequent challenges following the termination of a hotel franchise agreement.

Represented EFO in a litigation against J. P. Morgan in connection with compensation for customs duties on oil deliveries.

Notable practitioners

Fredrik Norburg litigates across a broad range of sectors, with notable recent experience in TMT and banking. He represented Sony Mobile in a copyright dispute against Copyswede. Clients describe him as "responsive, trustworthy and pleasant."

Pontus Scherp is praised as a “hard-working, very responsive and diligent” adviser. He is highly active in the leisure industry and recently assisted five companies within the Ligula Hospitality Group with a copyright dispute against STIM in connection with the use of music in hospitality venues.

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Senior Statesperson

Advokatfirman Vinge KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

A highly respected figure in the market, Mikael Broomé offers clients a deep market knowledge and acts as a consultant on domestic and international arbitration and litigation.

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Band 1

Advokatfirman Lindahl

From the Chambers Europe guide

Bo Nilsson has an excellent reputation for his expertise in Swedish and international arbitration proceedings, often sitting as an arbitrator as well as representing parties as counsel. He is a fluent Russian speaker and has a particular focus on mandates involving the Russian oil and gas sector, with experience of representing the Russian Federation in matters related to the long-running, major arbitration concerning the Yukos oil company, which recently involved several Swedish court proceedings. Sources enthuse that he is "extremely experienced and highly regarded."

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Band 1

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

According to sources, Robin Oldenstam is "an extraordinarily good litigator" and "has a thorough understanding of the law, is strategic in a tactical sense and really understands what the client wants to achieve, which he is then able to execute." He has a leading reputation as both a litigator and an arbitrator, representing clients in domestic and international disputes.

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Band 1

White & Case Advokat AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Anders Reldén heads the department with exceptional expertise and is described by clients as "very business-oriented, highly skilled and knowledgeable." He offers representation in numerous types of disputes and is particularly noted for his work in construction litigation, also acting on matters in the energy and insurance sectors.

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Band 1

Torgny Wetterberg

A1 Advokater

From the Chambers Europe guide

Torgny Wetterberg is lauded by clients as an “intelligent, sharp and focused” litigator. He predominantly acts on civil and criminal litigation, and he also assists clients with arbitration matters. He is particularly recommended by sources for matters such as white-collar crime.

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Band 2

Fredrik Andersson

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

Co-head Fredrik Andersson is highly regarded across the Swedish market. He represents clients in a broad range of arbitration and litigation proceedings and also advises on contentious matters in niche areas such as shipping and investment protection.

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Band 2

Jonas Benedictsson

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Europe guide

Jonas Benedictsson handles a range of litigation proceedings, with a strong focus on the insurance sector. He is highly sought after for mandates involving Russia, frequently acting on international arbitration cases involving CIS countries. He acted for KPMG in a professional liability claim involving allegations of negligent audits.

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Band 2

Wistrand Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Harry Bergman represents clients in high-profile commercial litigation and arbitration. He advised a former company director in a EUR350 million liability dispute relating to HQ Bank's collapse. Clients find him to be a "creative and thoughtful" adviser, while one interviewee describes him as a "very sympathetic and likeable lawyer who knows how to get the judges to see your side," adding that he is "good to use when there are some unusual elements in a claim."

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Band 2

Danowsky & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Peter Danowsky is a respected lawyer within the domestic dispute resolution market and a highly renowned litigator for media law cases and IP-related disputes. He also regularly sits as an arbitrator. He advised Girjas sameby on a litigation against the Swedish government concerning the fishing and hunting rights of the Sami population. Clients enthuse that he is "sharp, experienced and knowledgeable."

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Band 2

Kastell Advokatbyrå AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Hailed as an "excellent communicator," Magnus Eriksson also stands out to clients for his "practical approach." A highly experienced commercial litigator, he recently advised Merck Sharp & Dohme on a pharmaceutical regulatory litigation in connection with state subsidies for a particular drug.

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Band 2

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

Olle Flygt handles both litigation and arbitration proceedings, representing clients before Swedish and international tribunals, and wins recommendations for his work in regulatory cases and major domestic disputes. He is praised by clients for being a very "dedicated and efficient" lawyer who "turns every stone" and has "a proactive approach."

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Band 2

Hamilton Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Olof Nilsson receives praise for his work in audit and professional liability disputes, and also handles a range of other contentious matters. He recently defended a KPMG partner against negligence claims put forward by HQ Bank. Sources remark on his "exceptional insight," adding that "he makes every effort to resolve matters and is always available."

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Band 2

Gernandt & Danielsson Advokatbyrå KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Björn Tude is described by clients as "sharp, experienced and knowledgeable." He is a seasoned litigator, with notable experience in representing clients in Swedish and international disputes. He recently represented a manufacturer of mechanical devices on an arbitration in connection with a damages claim of USD80 million brought by another manufacturer.

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Band 2

Wallin & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Martin Wallin of Wallin & Partners acts as both litigator and arbitrator. He is renowned on the market for his international experience, and frequently acts on construction litigation.

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Band 2

Calissendorff Swarting

From the Chambers Europe guide

Einar Wanhainen of Calissendorff Swarting is praised for his work on professional liability cases, and he also advises on a broad range of corporate disputes, including M&A-related litigation. Sources also note his thorough approach, saying that he is "technically and legally very skilled and digs deep into a case."

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Band 3

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Europe guide

Stefan Bessman is praised for being "very attentive and well prepared" by clients. His practice covers a range of disputes, particularly in the area of insurance and financial services, where he is known for his "in-depth experience of the insurance market." He also has strong experience and focus in relation to international arbitration involving the Russian market. He represented Swiss Re in a SEK300 million dispute against Aspis Life Insurance.

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Band 3

Henrik Bielenstein

Kastell Advokatbyrå AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Henrik Bielenstein typically handles consultant liability claims and insurance disputes. Sources commend him as a "very experienced and efficient" adviser. He represented Grant Thornton Sweden in a SEK1.7 billion professional negligence litigation brought by Troms Kraft.

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Band 3

Frank Advokatbyrå AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Helena Dandenell represents clients in corporate and financial disputes. Clients highlight that she is "extremely good at making complex matters easy to understand," and praise her "attention to detail and good presentation of complicated cases." She is also regularly appointed in arbitration due to her "tremendous work as an arbitrator," according to sources.

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Band 3

Advokatfirman Vinge KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Jonas Eklund has a strong track record in international mandates, with a focus on arbitration. He represented Investment AB Öresund in liability claims brought against it by HQ Bank. Clients highlight that he is "strategically oriented with a good understanding of business and its challenges," adding that he brings "a problem-solving mindset" to matters.

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Band 3

Advokatfirman Cederquist KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Fredrik Forssman handles a broad range of disputes and offers particular expertise in commercial and construction disputes. Clients say: "He has a great understanding of our business and is easy to work with." He acted for the Boeing Company in arbitration and court proceedings in a USD400 million dispute with RSC Energia and Yuzhnoye concerning a joint venture involving satellites.

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Band 3

Setterwalls

From the Chambers Europe guide

Jesper Grünbaum predominantly acts on corporate law disputes including both cross-border and domestic cases across numerous industry sectors. He advised Quest on a dispute with Cleanergy relating to prior share purchases. Sources note that he is "very analytical and good in court."

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Band 3

Advokatfirman Vinge KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Dual-qualified in the UK and Sweden, James Hope is highly active within the energy sector, particularly on international arbitration cases. He acted on Gazprom's USD50 billion arbitration proceedings with Naftogaz, acting as co-counsel together with teams in London and Moscow. He is lauded by sources as a "very skilled and experienced" international litigator and arbitrator who is "excellent in front of a tribunal and has a very good feel for the sentiment in the courtroom."

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Band 3

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

Kristoffer Löf is a well-known and active arbitration counsel both within the Swedish market and internationally, particularly among Russian clients, as he regularly spends time working from the firm's Moscow office to represent clients in cross-border disputes involving the two jurisdictions. He is described as an "excellent option for high-value international arbitration proceedings in Sweden. He is great both in his advice on the substance as well as his approach to managing the process, which to clients can seem daunting." He typically handles arbitration cases with a focus on oil and gas, energy and infrastructure.

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Band 3

Advokatfirman Lindahl

From the Chambers Europe guide

Jesper Tiberg acts as legal counsel in litigation proceedings and is described by sources as "very charming and intellectually fluent," and is noted for his "excellent legal skills and responsiveness." He has a strong focus on arbitration, frequently including international disputes. His recent work includes handling cases for clients in the oil and gas and technology sectors.

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Band 3

Nord Advokater

From the Chambers Europe guide

Daniel Vargö of Nord Advokater acts as counsel and arbitrator in commercial disputes. He is praised by market sources as an "extremely good" litigator.

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Band 3

Advokatfirman Cederquist KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Erik Wernberg represents clients in both domestic and cross-border disputes, including contentious matters in construction, insurance and financial services, and professional liability claims. Interviewees highlight his "strong client service. He is responsive, commercially aware and really understands our industry." He recently defended former board members of Kraft & Kultur Sverige against claims of SEK1.78 billion brought by Grant Thornton.

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Band 3

Rikard Wikström-Hermansen

Roschier

From the Chambers Europe guide

Rikard Wikström-Hermansen assists clients with a wide range of disputes, but typically focuses on international arbitration matters involving the energy sector. He represented H&M in a litigation against the Swedish Consumer Agency following a fine for alleged breach of Swedish law relating to credit policy. Clients enthuse that he is "extremely reliable and creative" and "really felt in charge" of the case.

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Band 4

Frank Advokatbyrå AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

The "extremely knowledgeable" Marcus Axelryd is an increasingly prominent partner at the firm, advising on corporate disputes. He focuses on mandates from the energy sector.

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Band 4

Advokatfirman Vinge KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Krister Azelius is based in the firm's Skåne office and heads the disputes practice there. He represents clients in domestic and cross-border commercial disputes and arbitrations. Interviewees recommend him for his handling of complicated, hostile disputes and appreciate his "good, commercial advice and guidance," noting that he is "excellent at understanding client needs."

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Band 4

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

Stefan Brocker wins plaudits from sources for the sound technical expertise he brings to disputes, and his experience in a broad range of industries including automotive, shipping and transport. One client says "he is very easy-going and builds a great relationship with the client," and characterises him as "an excellent litigator."

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Band 4

Wistrand Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Jörgen Eklund has a broad corporate litigation practice, with recent experience covering the insurance, construction and medical technology sectors. Clients appreciate that he is "sharp and responds very fast."

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Band 4

Hamilton Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Johannes Ericson is praised by sources for being "easy to work with and good at involving the client." Interviewees consistently note his strong knowledge of insurance and liability disputes. He recently acted on Moore Stephens' liability litigations against the bankruptcy estate, former CEO and a former board member of a company in bankruptcy.

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Band 4

MAQS Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Pontus Ewerlöf acts for a broad range of clients and is experienced in cross-border litigation and arbitration. He represented the Republic of Kazakhstan in an energy dispute concerning its challenge to an arbitral award under the Energy Charter Treaty.

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Band 4

Charlotta Falkman

Gernandt & Danielsson Advokatbyrå KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Charlotta Falkman deals with a mixture of litigation and arbitration and has a particular focus on corporate disputes, handling contentious issues arising from transactions and financing arrangements. She is described by sources as "extremely skilled and very easy to work with." She recently advised a number of Swedish sellers in proceedings against a US private equity group following a majority share acquisition, seeking payments of additional purchase price in the region of SEK200 million.

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Band 4

Mattias Göransson

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

Mattias Göransson is praised by clients for his "good advice which is based on operational skills and a solid strategic approach." He typically handles commercial litigation and arbitration and has experience in the biotech and energy industries as well as recently leading cases for clients in the IT and technology sector.

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Band 4

Wistrand Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Johan Gregow acts on insurance liability suits and other types of commercial litigation. He also demonstrates expertise on cases in the finance and real estate sectors, and represented Koggbron and its subsidiaries in a dispute against two banks in connection with professional negligence claims related to loan agreements. Clients appreciate that "he makes the extra effort to understand complex technical issues."

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Band 4

Mannheimer Swartling

From the Chambers Europe guide

Hans Hammarbäck typically acts on commercial litigation and also handles arbitration cases. He frequently acts for clients in the insurance sector on contentious matters including disputes involving regulatory issues and reinsurance business.

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Band 4

Hamilton Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Clients note that Ola Hansson is "efficient, knowledgeable and creative," and highlight his "great commitment and availability." Hansson focuses on IP and TMT-related litigation and recently advised Roca Industry on a design right infringement case brought by GSAB. He additionally assists clients with shareholder and M&A-related disputes.

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Band 4

Advokatfirman Lindahl

From the Chambers Europe guide

Therese Isaksson advises on domestic and cross-border arbitration and is also recommended for her work on litigation involving contractual disputes and negligence claims. Interviewees highlight her strong "attention to detail" and her "good judgement in procedural issues." She assisted two Russian regions with a USD22.4 billion arbitration claim relating to alleged breaches of an agreement in relation to oil exploration projects.

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Band 4

Advokatfirman Törngren Magnell KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Viktor Magnell of Advokatfirman Törngren Magnell KB is renowned for his depth of expertise in the financial sector. He recently advised CSV Invest on its professional negligence claim against a former lawyer. Clients highlight his "attention to detail and good client management."

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Band 4

Norburg & Scherp Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Fredrik Norburg litigates across a broad range of sectors, with notable recent experience in TMT and banking. He represented Sony Mobile in a copyright dispute against Copyswede. Clients describe him as "responsive, trustworthy and pleasant."

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Band 4

Mattias Rosengren

Advokatfirman Vinge KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

A "detail-oriented" commercial litigator, Mattias Rosengren is highlighted for his "ability to understand complicated structures," and handles disputes in a number of technical areas such as financial services and energy. He advised Nordkalk on its case for the judicial review of a decision by the Swedish government concerning areas of land that were designated as protected environments. Clients emphasise that he can "identify and focus on the key issues."

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Band 4

Norburg & Scherp Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Pontus Scherp is praised as a “hard-working, very responsive and diligent” adviser. He is highly active in the leisure industry and recently assisted five companies within the Ligula Hospitality Group with a copyright dispute against STIM in connection with the use of music in hospitality venues.

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Band 4

Roschier

From the Chambers Europe guide

Johan Sidklev specialises in energy litigations and arbitrations, and advised First National Petroleum Corporation on its claim against a Russian oil and gas supplier in connection with exploration rights to an oil field in Siberia. Clients appreciate his "extensive experience" as well as his "strategic planning of cross-border disputes."

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Band 4

Delphi

From the Chambers Europe guide

Peter Skoglund is highly experienced in financial sector disputes, and acts on both litigation and arbitration. He is also noted by sources for his work on IP litigation and handles real estate disputes.

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Band 4

Johan Strömbäck

Setterwalls

From the Chambers Europe guide

Johan Strömbäck's broad practice encompasses disputes relating to shareholdings and financing arrangements as well as post-M&A disputes. He represented a former director in a dispute brought by SEB and Sportvision in connection with liabilities for corporate debt. His tough approach is highlighted by clients, who say: "He asks the right questions and leaves no stone unturned," adding that "he will do whatever is necessary to win a case."

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Band 4

Advokatfirman Hammarskiöld & Co AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Per Sundin is an experienced commercial litigator who is known in the market for his work on competition law-related disputes, handling follow-on damages claims relating to abuse of dominance decisions. He also assisted with the Swedish Pension Agency's dispute with Falcon Funds, relating to the termination of a co-operation agreement. Sources remark on his "good business understanding," adding that he is "a skilful negotiator and very easy to work with."

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Band 4

Advokatfirman Hammarskiöld & Co AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Lars Ulrichs is highly experienced in the insurance sector and frequently represents clients in disputes related to reinsurance matters, marine insurance cases and compliance issues. Interviewees praise his "in-depth knowledge" and his "good judgement."

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Band 4

Linklaters Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Niclas Widjeskog of Linklaters Advokatbyrå heads the firm's dispute resolution practice and regularly acts on IP and finance litigations. He recently represented Merck, Sharp and Dohme in two intellectual property disputes. Clients appreciate his "excellent client service and flexibility."

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Up and Coming

Danowsky & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

A rising star, Andreas Eriksson advises on domestic and cross-border litigation and arbitration. He represented the former CEO of Panaxia in an insolvency-related liability dispute and is praised by clients as an "intelligent and knowledgable" lawyer.

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Up and Coming

Niklas Forsmark Helmer

White & Case Advokat AB

From the Chambers Europe guide

According to clients, Niklas Forsmark Helmer is "effective and efficient, as well as easy to talk to. He is a really good lawyer with great technical knowledge. Handing a case over to him means I do not have to worry about the progress; I trust that he will handle everything and he does." He typically acts on construction disputes, serving numerous clients in the industry and is particularly recommended for civil contract disputes.

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Up and Coming

Andreas Rönnheden

Wistrand Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

Andreas Rönnheden is described as "a great communicator" by clients and specialises in professional liability disputes, especially insolvency-related cases within the financial sector. Clients endorse him as a "sharp and intelligent" litigator who is "fun to work with since he involves the client so much in the strategic planning when the client wants to be involved."

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Up and Coming

Hamilton Advokatbyrå

From the Chambers Europe guide

The "result-oriented" Magnus Rydberg continues to impress with his expertise in insurance, real estate and professional liability disputes. Clients endorse him as a "very strategic" litigator.

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Up and Coming

Kristoffer Stråth

Advokatfirman Törngren Magnell KB

From the Chambers Europe guide

Kristoffer Stråth of Advokatfirman Törngren Magnell KB is endorsed by clients as a "knowledgeable and flexible" lawyer. He focuses on civil litigation and is highly active in the financial and pharmaceutical sectors. He recently advised PFC Clinic on an arbitration against a provider of eye surgery equipment relating to alleged unfair trading practices.

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