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Fredrik Nordlof

Fredrik Nordlof



  • Employment and Labor Law

WSG Practice Industries


WSG Leadership

Employment and Labor Group
WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group


Fredrik Nordlof is one of the best known and respected practitioners in Labour law. Fredrik has consulted with the majority of trade unions in order to agree on adequately and specially-made solutions for his clients; often including agreements concerning the applicable order of priority and the establishment of reasons for termination. Fredrik has also taken part in the establishments of various businesses assisting with structures and contract drafting. Further, Fredrik has great experience in general court proceedings and arbitration. These cases have for example concerned interpretation of contractual wordings, transfers of undertaking and unfair dismissals.


LL.M. University of Stockholm, 1990
Areas of Practice

Employment and Labor Law

Professional Career

Professional Associations

Swedish Bar Association
The Swedish Labor Law Association

Professional Activities and Experience

Associate, Advokatfirman Adolfsson AB, 1990-1991
Associate, Advokatforman Nordlander KB, 1991-1994
Associate, 1994-1996
Partner, Kristram Advokatbyr AB, 1997-2000
Business Lawyer, Ernst & Young Law, 2000-2003
Partner, Advokatfirman Delphi Stockholm 2003-

A New Labor Law Road Map
Delphi, March 2020

It is, to say the least, an overwhelming time. On 16 March 2020, the government presented a proposal for support measures to companies and employees to mitigate the effects of the corona virus. The proposal was followed on 19 March 2020, by the bill “Additional Amending Budget due to the Corona Virus”.   Read this article as a PDF here...

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...

Additional Articles

- Construction Company Wins Protracted Dispute on Illegal Industrial Action, ILO Employment & Labour Newsletter, January 2010
- A company's commission policy could be a time bomb, 2009

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