In a recent article published in Capital Markets Law Journal, WSG Member Helene Andersson, Counsel at Delphi, examines the EU Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) from a due process perspective and discusses the negative implications of pursuing a market abuse regime with a one-eyed focus on effectiveness at the expense of procedural safeguards. Click here to access the full article...
Delphi is one of the top commercial law firms in Sweden and has specialists in all fields of commercial law and the capacity to handle the largest and most complex matters. An important part is Corporate Finance, with a large amount of domestic and cross border mergers & acquisitions and an extensive Banking, Finance and Capital Markets practice. The firm has also distinguished itself particularly within high-technology oriented legal areas such as IT, Telecommunications, Intellectual Property and Life Science.
- We have resources for large projects and a strong focus on results
- We recruit the best lawyers, with an excellent sense of business and social competence
- Quality is the keyword of our legal services
Delphi were awarded Law Firm of the Year 2021, 2017, 2016, 2015 and placed second in 2019 and 2018 in Regi's annual quality and industry survey. This is Sweden's largest client survey of law firms specialising in commercial law. The categories in which we were nominated in is the main category for firms with a turnover exceeding SEK 200 million. Delphi has also received Justitiapriset twice, 2021 and 2017, for our commitment to equality.
Our clients are mainly in Scandinavia, Europe and North America. Delphi co-operates with law firms all over the world.
We have a total workforce of 200 employees, of which around 150 are lawyers. We have offices in Stockholm, Goteborg, Malmo and Linkoping.
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The Commission Introduces Derogations from the Competition Rules and Adopts Measures aimed at Supporting the Agri-Food Sector
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...
Delphi once again named Law Firm of the Year in Sweden
Delphi has once again been named Law Firm of the Year in the annual quality and industry survey for business law firms i Sweden, where the clients' opinion on the collaboration determine who wins. Delphi was nominated in the category law firms SEK 200+ million, where the firm won. Law Firm of the Year is an annual quality and industry survey conducted by the analysis company Regi in Sweden. In the survey, clients of Swedish business law firms may evaluate the relationship with their law firm during the past year. This year, 21 law firms were included in the study and over 1 000 clients gave their opinions on the collaborations...
Competition law expert Helene Andersson returns to Delphi
Delphi boosts its EU and competition team by recruiting Helene Andersson, Associate Professor and former Delphi lawyer, as Counsel to the firm. Helene specializes in EU and competition law, and has been conducting research, teaching, and publishing books within the field for the past ten years. Helene Andersson will return to Delphi on 17 January 2022. It will then be just over ten years since she worked as a lawyer at the firm. During this time, Helene has had a very successful academic career. She defended her dissertation, Dawn Raids under Challenge, which deals with dawn raids in competition cases from a due process perspective, at Stockholm University in 2017...