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Delphi  

Legal Services | Sweden

www.delphi.se/en/
tel: +46 8 677 54 00 | fax: +46 8 20 18 84
Mäster Samuelsgatan 17 | Stockholm | SE-111 84 | Sweden

Meet The Team


Emil Andersson

Emil AnderssonPartner

  • Dispute Resolution

Simon Arvmyren

Simon ArvmyrenPartner

  • Dispute Resolution

Magnus Berterud

Magnus BerterudPartner

  • Employment and Labor Law


Christopher Bona

Christopher BonaPartner

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Intellectual Property Law

Oscar Brandin

Oscar BrandinPartner

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Bankruptcy

Elisabeth Eklund

Elisabeth EklundPartner

  • Anti-Corruption
  • Energy


Hanna Ericson

Hanna EricsonPartner

  • Banking and Finance
  • Corporate Law

Oskar Frankki

Oskar FrankkiPartner

  • Commercial Real Estate Law
  • Environmental Law

Christian Hardgard

Christian HardgardPartner

  • Building and Construction
  • Commercial Real Estate Law


Anders Hulegardh

Anders HulegardhPartner

  • Commercial Real Estate Law
  • Real Estate

Katarina Ibold

Katarina IboldPartner

  • Dispute Resolution

Micael Karlsson

Micael KarlssonPartner

  • Corporate Law
  • Mergers and Acquisitions


Jens Kinnander

Jens KinnanderPartner

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Life Sciences

Agne Lindberg

Agne LindbergPartner

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • IT and Telecommunication

Cecilia Lundh

Cecilia LundhPartner

  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Mergers & Acquisitions


Christoffer Mangelus

Christoffer MangelusPartner

  • Building and Construction
  • Corporate Law

Magnus Nedstrand

Magnus NedstrandPartner

  • Banking and Finance
  • Intellectual Property Law

Peter Nordbeck

Peter NordbeckPartner

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • IT and Telecommunication


Fredrik Nordlof

Fredrik NordlofPartner

  • Employment and Labor Law

Berndt Pettersson

Berndt PetterssonPartner

  • Banking and Finance
  • Insolvency Legislation and Restructuring

Latest Alerts


Insolvency Aspects of COVID-19
Delphi, March 2020

In order to alleviate the effects of the coronavirus, the Swedish government has proposed a crisis package that includes proposals for strengthening companies’ liquidity through the tax account, a new system for short-term working and the state taking over responsibility for sick-leave payment for two months. It is of course our hope that these proposals will result in most companies managing the effects of the coronavirus. For companies that already have a stretched liquidity and thus are possibly in the beginning of an economic crisis, the proposal for a crisis package may not be sufficient...

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Export Restrictions Outside the EU of Certain Medical and Personal Protective Equipment
Delphi, March 2020

Since the outbreak of the epidemiological crisis caused by the new coronavirus, the disease associated with it, Covid-19, has been spreading fast across the world, reaching the territory of the EU. According to the Commission, the virus might have an enormous public health impact with substantial fatal outcomes in high-risk groups and significant economic and societal disruptions...

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Covid-19 – A Few Important Considerations for Tenants
Delphi, March 2020

The spread of the Coronavirus now affects all parts of society. Businesses must review their operations to minimize the negative consequences that may follow. At the same time, it is important to be aware of the legal consequences that may arise from risk minimization. Below is a general summary of some issues that can arise for tenants in commercial premises.   If the tenant, on its own initiative, is forced to shut its business conducted on the premises, the tenant is not entitled to any rent reduction or other compensation, unless otherwise agreed between the tenant and the landlord...

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Covid-19: To Be Considered When Processing Personal Data
Delphi, March 2020

Because of the coronavirus, several questions related to processing of personal data must be raised – in particular within the context of work life. In this article, we touch on some of the most important aspects employers should consider when processing employees’ personal data.   A few days ago, the Swedish Data Protection Authority also published its guidance on the coronavirus and personal data. The guidance is available here (only in Swedish). Abstract Employers have significant leeway when informing staff about the coronavirus and when processing personal data due to the virus...

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Company Law and Capital Market Aspects of Covid-19
Delphi, March 2020

Due to the corona outbreak and the disease covid-19, various legal issues have arisen. The spread of the coronavirus has, inter alia, lead to several companies deciding to take measures before upcoming shareholders’ meetings, which for many public companies involve the gathering of a large number of shareholders. What options are available for companies to allow shareholders to participate or for a shareholder feeling concern about attending the meeting? Moreover, covid-19 risks affecting both the continuous disclosure of information by listed companies and the information disclosed in the coming financial reports...

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Briefly About the Swedish Government’s Emergency Package
Delphi, March 2020

At today’s press conference, the Swedish Government announced a series of support measures for companies and employees to relieve the effects of the new corona virus.   Introduction of short-term work as per today The proposal means that the employer’s salary costs can be reduced by half as the Swedish Government will bear a significantly greater responsibility for costs, compared to when the law was introduced in 2013. The financial support shall be given to a sole employer after approval by the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth...

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If and When Does the Coronavirus Constitute a Force Majeure Event Under Swedish Law?
Delphi, March 2020

That the coronavirus,[1] apart from its direct consequences to human health, also has major consequences for our society is something that most people would agree on. It is, however, too early to predict the extent of the consequences and there is currently a great deal of uncertainty. From a legal standpoint, the coronavirus will have indirect and direct consequences. For example, in case of delivery problems or delays caused by the coronavirus, can force majeure be invoked? The meaning of force majeure and the restrictive interpretation In Sweden, a force majeure event is generally defined as an unforeseeable extraordinary event that occurs due to an inevitable external force...

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State Aid Measures to Support Companies Affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic – What Opportunities Exist?
Delphi, March 2020

The corona virus (Covid-19) is spreading across the world like a wildfire. We already know that the virus does not only affect human health – it affects the global economy as well. Travel is restricted, major events are canceled and restaurants and shops are closing in parts of Europe. One question that has arisen is what possibilities the state and the municipalities have to provide economic support to companies or sectors that are suffering as a consequence of the pandemic. This article is written by Elisabeth Eklund and Madeleine Kristoferson. All articles submitted by Delphi

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