Mannheimer Swartling’s Competition group ranks “Elite” in GCR100 and wins GLE Award
Mannheimer Swartling was ranked “Elite” in Sweden in the 2012 Edition of the GCR100, Global Competition Review’s independent assessment of the world’s top antitrust and competition practices. Firms are grouped into three categories: elite, highly recommended and recommended.
Global Competition Review says about the firm, “Mannheimer Swartling’s practice [is] one of the largest and most experienced antitrust and competition practices in Sweden. The team handles the full range of competition law cases and, bolstered by its Brussels office, has no problem switching gears and advising clients locked into merger, cartel or dominance investigations before DG Comp.”
The firm’s Competition practice also has been chosen as the winner of the Competition Law Firm of the Year in Sweden Award 2012 by Global Law Experts (GLE). The shortlisted firms were judged, among others, on client testimonials, recent key cases, legal rankings, overall reputation, and the performance and standing of the team’s individual attorneys.’’