NewsInsights into Mannheimer Swartling

  • June 22, 2017
    The European Court of Justice rules in favour of E.ON against energy authority

    The European Court of Justice has determined that the Swedish Energy Authority's decision concerning E.ON Biofor Sverige's imports of sustainable biogas is contrary to the rules on free movement of goods in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European U...

  • June 22, 2017
    ProSiebenSat.1 divests Etraveli

    ProSiebenSat.1, an independent media company with a strong presence in the TV and digital markets, has agreed to divest Etraveli, a global online travel agency (OTA) for flights operating under the brands Gotogate, Supersaver and Seat24, and also operati...

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  • June 9, 2017
    Mannheimer Swartling in Almedalen

    Mannheimer Swartling will participate in roundtable and panel discussions in Almedalen 2-9 July. Topics will vary and a selection is: cybersecurity and sanctions, future communications, anti-corruption, sustainability and fair tax litigation. For more in...

  • April 12, 2017
    Mannheimer Swartling partner André Andersson receives honorary doctorate from Stockholm University

    Mannheimer Swartling partner André Andersson is awarded an honorary doctorate in law from Stockholm University. André Andersson, who heads Mannheimer Swartling’s Banking and Finance group, has worked for many years with a broad variety of complex financi...

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  • June 21, 2017
    Report – EU FDI Screening

    Concerns regarding foreign direct investment in the European Union ("EU") are on the rise. Earlier this year, three EU Member States asked the European Commission to draft legislation to screen foreign direct investment ("FDI screening"). Subsequently, th...

  • June 13, 2017
    Report - National Intelligence Law

    The draft National Intelligence Law was released by the Chinese National People's Congress on 16 May 2017, soliciting public consultation before 14 June 2017. In this report, we outline some general observations on the Draft.

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  • May 16, 2017
    For China in Sweden

    China is stepping up as a global investor. In recent years, Chinese direct investments in Sweden have tripled and are expected to increase further. When Chinese Geely acquired Volvo Cars six years ago, many worried that the new owners would dismantle the...

  • March 31, 2017
    Volatile international trade regulations

    International trade with Russia and Iran is currently a hot topic. The EU and US sanctions against both countries are significant to several Swedish companies. In July 2015, President Barack Obama held a speech to the American nation. Together with State...

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