Mannheimer Swartling provides legal and commercial counsel regarding a wide spectrum of national and international commercial issues. Focussing on long term client relations, we handle projects and provide day-to-day advice for our clients and function as a “one stop shop” for all their legal and commercial counsel requirements.
Our lawyers in the Corporate Commercial practice area are specialised in contracts and assist our clients with the review, drafting, negotiation and management of commercial agreements, as well as providing strategic advice regarding their operations. The lawyers are experienced in a wide range of branch sectors and have a distinct commercial leaning.
We have extensive experience in the leadership of complex projects, often of cross-border nature. For each project, a tailor-made group of specialists is put together to best suit the size and complexity of the matter. In cross-border projects, we co-operate with our own foreign offices and with other international law firms with which we have well-established working relations.
Our legal expertise includes, among other things, national and international contract law, the purchase of goods, standard market agreements, industry sector-specific agreements and issues regarding various forms of distribution (for example agents and retail distributors).
Some of the matters which we deal with on a regular basis are mentioned below:
- Outsourcing and procurements
- Joint ventures and restructuring
- Strategic co-operations and industrial alliances
- Licensing and royalty agreements
- Agreements regulating manufacture, purchase and delivery
- Development projects
- OEM, distribution agreements, retail agreements and franchise agreements
Our practice area group for Corporate Commercial consists of lawyers with specific experience from a wide range of industry sectors, for example, IT, telecommunications and technology (further information can be found under the industry sector group IT, telecommunications and technology), outsourcing (within different sectors, for example, BPO, outsourced production, and Facility Management), energy, transport and manufacturing.