November 16, 2018
E.ON sells and will build one of the largest wind farms in Europe
E.ON has sold 80% of its 475 megawatt Nysäter project in Västernorrland, Sweden, to a fund managed by Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners (CSEIP), an experienced financial investor, solely dedicated to the energy sector. Together the parties wil...
November 13, 2018
Stora Enzo Increases Ownership in Cellutech AB
Stora Enso has increased its ownership up to 100% in the Sweden-based company Cellutech AB. The company specialises in the development of new materials and applications based on cellulose, micro-fibrillated cellulose (MFC) and other wood-based components...
May 9, 2018
Mannheimer Swartling’s Fredrik Sjövall author of a new book on international disputes
Norstedts Juridik recently published the first book in Swedish on the new Brussels I Regulation, the most important piece of legislation dealing with international civil procedure in Sweden and Europe. The title of the book is ‘The European Civil Procedu...
March 22, 2018
Mannheimer Swartling ranked as the most popular employer among Swedish law students in Universum survey
Mannheimer Swartling has been ranked as the most attractive employer when Swedish law students voted for their future dream employer in the legal sector. For 15 consecutive years, Mannheimer Swartling has received the award "best of the industry" among l...
May 9, 2018
Newsletter Employment and Pensions, August 2018
The Swedish Parliament has voted to approve the Government's proposal to replace the current Protection of Trade Secrets Act. The new act will implement the 2016 EU directive on the protection of undisclosed know-how and business information (trade secret...
January 3, 2018
Report – Challenging State-Sponsored Economic Espionage under International Law
This report first reviews the term 'economic espionage', and thereafter provides an overview of how, if at all, economic espionage could be challenged under international law and international trade law rules under the WTO. The report then further de...