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Delphi  

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Anders Hulegardh

Anders HulegardhPartner

  • Commercial Real Estate Law
  • Real Estate

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

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

Rebecka Thorn

Rebecka ThornPartner

  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Mergers and Acquisitions


Jonas Vikbladh

Jonas VikbladhPartner

  • Corporate Law
  • Dispute Resolution

Andreas Wiren

Andreas WirenPartner

  • Capital Markets

Emma Badicker

Emma BadickerAssociate

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Employment and Labor Law


Martin Bogg

Martin BoggSenior Associate

  • Public Procurement/Public Projects

Johan Lundgren

Johan LundgrenSenior Associate

  • Dispute Resolution

Pia Roth

Pia RothSenior Associate

  • Corporate Law


Johan Engdahl

Johan EngdahlCounsel

  • Corporate Law
  • Data Protection & Integrity

Joel Fingal

Joel FingalCounsel

  • Public Procurement/Public Projects

Annika Melin Jakobsson

Annika Melin JakobssonSpecialist Counsel

  • Capital Markets


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The Commission Introduces Derogations from the Competition Rules and Adopts Measures aimed at Supporting the Agri-Food Sector
Delphi, May 2020

On 4 May 2020, the Commission published the latest package of exceptional measures (announced on 22 April) to support the agricultural and food sectors that have been hit hardest by the crisis. The package of measures adopted by the Commission includes temporary derogations from EU competition rules for milk, flowers and potatoes, support for private storage of dairy and meat products and flexibility in the application of market support programs. In addition, the Commission has proposed that Member States should be allowed to use remaining rural development funds to support farmers and small and medium-sized agri-food businesses...

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The Commission has Introduced Further Amendments of the Temporary Framework for State Aid During the Covid-19 Crisis
Delphi, April 2020

Many companies are affected by the economic crisis resulting from the spread of Covid-19. We have previously reported that, under the EU state aid rules, there are certain opportunities for the state and other public entitiesto provide support to these companies or sectors. On 19 March 2020, the Commission adopted a temporary framework for state aid, which was amended and extended on 3 April 2020, with a view to limiting the economic and social impacts of Covid-19. The temporary framework is described below. Read this article in PDF-format here...

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The Commission has Published a Temporary Competition Framework and Guidelines for Ensuring Supply of Essential Products and Services during the Covid-19 Crisis
Delphi, April 2020

In a previous article we emphasised the importance of ensuring compliance with the competition rules even during an economic crisis – there are inter alia strict rules on cooperation between competitors. The outbreak of Covid-19 has led to a shortage of certain healthcare products. In order to remedy this, the Commission has published a communication on a temporary framework for assessing possible forms of cooperation that can be allowed during the crisis and specific guidelines for ensuring supply of essential medicines...

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Personal Protective Equipment and Medical Devices – How do Companies Ensure Compliance with the EU Rules during the Covid-19 Crisis?
Delphi, April 2020

Covid-19 is a so-called droplet transmitted virus, which means that the virus is spread through droplets which are expelled when an infected person e.g. coughs, sneezes or speaks. In order to reduce the risk of infection, it is of great importance that healthcare personnel have access to protective equipment in the form of e.g. visors, face masks, gloves and overalls. The demand for personal protective equipment has skyrocketed and several countries have reported that it is a scarce commodity. In order to meet the increased demand, several companies have announced that they are switching their production to manufacturing of protective equipment...

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What Happens under Rental Law in the Event of a Forced Closure of a Tenant’s Premises or Business?
Delphi, April 2020

We have recently witnessed several Swedish governmental decisions and recommendations that restrict citizens and businesses, in order to reduce social contact due to the outbreak of Covid-19. However, so far the authorities have not made any decrees that force tenants to close their businesses, such as restaurants and shops, or that prevent landlords from fulfilling their duty to provide the premises...

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