February 21, 2017
Summa Equity closes its first fund
Mannheimer Swartling has advised Summa Equity in connection with the structure, fund raising and establishment of its first fund, Summa Equity Fund I, which closed at its hard cap of SEK 4.5 billion, after being significantly oversubscribed. Summa...
February 21, 2017
Accent Equity acquires Stål och Hyrmaskiner i Varberg AB
Accent Equity has acquired Stål och Hyrmaskiner i Varberg AB. The company, which is a family business in the second generation, rental machines and other equipment primarily for the construction industry. The company also establishes complete constructio...
February 6, 2017
A new issue of the newsletter Dispute Resolution is now available
A new issue of the newsletter Dispute Resolution is now available Read the newsletter Dispute Resolution January 2017.
January 18, 2017
Today marks the initiation of SOS Children’s Villages first ever Swedish operations
Today marks the initiation of SOS Children's Villages first ever Swedish operations During 2016, SOS Children's Villages began the establishment of its first national operations in Sweden. The youth centre is located in Hammarkullen, Gothenburg and the op...
February 3, 2017
Newsletter Dispute Resolution, January 2017
The Arbitration Rules and the Expedited Rules of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce have recently undergone a number of significant changes. The revisions came into force on 1 January 2017 and have been prepared by a committee...
October 20, 2016
Data flows – Allowing free trade agreements to strengthen the GDPR
This report provides a legal analysis of two potentially conflicting fields of interest; cross-border data flows and protection of personal data, and how they both would be served by being addressed and balanced in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment P...
June 7, 2016
Effective dispute resolution through evolution
Faster deals and internationally accepted judgments. These are some of the reasons why arbitration is the most common way to resolve business disputes. But since international arbitration is based on "best practice", rather than written laws and rules, la...
May 25, 2016
New EU rules will strengthen personal data protection
High fines – up to four percent of global sales – threaten companies that violate the new EU rules on processing of personal data. "This revolutionary change in the rules covers all enterprises in the EU, as well as companies in the rest of the world that...