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Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå AB is a limited liability company incorporated under the laws of Sweden. Its registered office is Box 1711, SE-111 87 Stockholm.
References to “Mannheimer Swartling”, “the firm” or “MSA” on this website should normally be read as referring to Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå AB and/or, depending on context, its affiliated entities, including Mannheimer Swartling Ryssland Advokataktiebolag, Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå LLP and Mannheimer Swartling Hong Kong Ltd.
Being a law firm, Mannheimer Swartling and its co-workers are regulated by the bar associations/law societies in the jurisdictions where Mannheimer Swartling has established offices. For country specific details and more information about how the various offices and their co-workers are regulated, please see the heading “Location-specific entities, laws and regulations” below.
Mannheimer Swartling provides its services subject to certain terms and conditions.
If you are a consumer with a claim in relation to legal services we have provided, and have made a complaint to us in accordance with section 13 of our General Terms and Conditions, you can also turn to the Swedish Bar Association Consumer Disputes Board.
Information which is published on Mannheimer Swartling’s website is only intended as general information and does not constitute, and is not to be used as, professional legal advice. There is a risk that the content of this website is neither exhaustive nor completely updated. Any use of information on this website is done at the user’s own risk. Mannheimer Swartling is not responsible for, and has no obligations as regards, information on Mannheimer Swartling’s website or information on another website with a link to or from Mannheimer Swartling’s website.
MANNHEIMER SWARTLING, MSA and the rectangular "M" design are trademarks or registered trademarks being the property of Mannheimer Swartling. Mannheimer Swartling reserves all rights to the mentioned trademarks.
Information which is published on Mannheimer Swartling’s website belongs to Mannheimer Swartling or is used with the permission of the rights holder. Making of copies, presentations, distribution, display or any other transfer of the information on the website to the public is, except for strictly private use, prohibited unless done with the consent of Mannheimer Swartling.
Via Mannheimer Swartling’s website it is possible to subscribe, amongst other things, to legal newsletters, make job applications and to join the alumni club. If you choose to subscribe to a newsletter, join the alumni club or submit an application electronically, you will be asked to submit certain personal data. Mannheimer Swartling, or the party which Mannheimer Swartling engages, will process the personal data in order to administer your subscription, membership or application. More detailed information regarding the processing of personal data in conjunction with recruitment and the alumni club can be found on each respective page on the website. The data may be used for marketing purposes and in conjunction with market surveys.
Furthermore, if you register yourself, a colleague and/or someone who will accompany you to a seminar or similar event organized by Mannheimer Swartling, you will be asked to provide certain personal information to arrange participation. The data may be used for marketing mailings and in connection with market research.
You may, at any time, request that your data is edited or erased. Write to “Mannheimer Swartling, The Personal Data Representative, Box 1711, 111 87 Stockholm, Sweden”. Once annually, you may also obtain information free of charge regarding the personal data which is processed by Mannheimer Swartling and which relates to you as a data subject.
The personal data controller is Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå AB and, should your personal data relate to a position at one of our offices outside Sweden, the legal entity of the local office (please see the heading “Location-specific entities, laws and regulations” below for more information).
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If you do not want cookies to be saved on your computer, you can prevent this by changing the settings in your web browser. If you choose not to accept cookies, the website can still be used but with limited functionality.
All Mannheimer Swartling offices and entities are covered by professional indemnity insurance policies which comply with local compulsory requirements. For more details, please contact our Head of Quality and Risk Management Karin Faxén Ågrup via e-mail:email@example.com or by telephone: +46 8 595 065 25.