Mannheimer Swartling best law firm of the year in Sweden
Chambers and Partners named Mannheimer Swartling the “Best Swedish Firm of the Year” at its annual Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence ceremony held last night in London.
Managing Partner of the firm, Stefan Brocker stated, “it is an honour for Mannheimer Swartling to be recognized with an award that is based on “pre-eminence in key practice areas, notable achievements over the past year, outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.” Indeed, this award is a tribute both to the quality of our teams and the trust we have gained from our clients to handle their most challenging matters.”
The Chambers Europe directory, which analyses Europe’s legal market, placed Mannheimer Swartling in the top position of the Swedish legal market and during the ceremony particularly noted the firm’s work for the Swedish government with regard to the take-over and subsequent sale of Carnegie Investment Bank and Max Matthiessen.
In addition to its European law firm directory, Chambers and Partners publishes an international directory, Chambers Global, in which Mannheimer Swartling earlier this year received highest rankings across all practice areas surveyed in Sweden: Arbitration, Banking & Finance, Capital Markets, Corporate/M&A and Dispute Resolution.
The UK-based Chambers and Partners publishes a series of guides to the legal profession and is recognized as a pioneer in the analysis of the international legal market. Chambers Europe is a directory that provides in-depth coverage of the European legal market, examining firms’ abilities on a national and regional basis. In assessing the reputations and expertise of business lawyers across Europe, Chambers conducts interviews with clients. The qualities Chambers looks for and which determine rankings include technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.
Mannheimer Swartling is the leading law firm in the Nordic region and has offices in Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö, Helsingborg, Frankfurt, Berlin, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Brussels and New York.