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Swedish chapter in ICLG Competition Litigation 2022

Norburg & Scherp has written the chapter for Sweden in the International Comparative Legal Guide - Competition Litigation 2022. Click here to read more.

Norburg & Scherp recruits competition law expert Helena Selander

Helena Selander has joined Swedish disputes specialist firm Norburg & Scherp as a senior associate from 16 August 2021. Ms Selander is a competition law expert with a background from Swedish law firms Gernandt & Danielsson and Bokwall Rislund. Before private practice, she was an inhouse lawyer at the Swedish Competition Authority.

”We are very happy that Helena has decided to join Norburg & Scherp to further strengthen our disputes team and to meet a growing demand for the firm’s services in competition litigation, but also public procurement and intellectual property litigation”, says partner Fredrik Norburg.

 ”Norburg & Scherp is a leading Swedish firm for dispute resolution, and it is with great pleasure that I join the firm to strengthen and develop its practice relating to competition, public procurement and intellectual property litigation”, says Helena Selander.

Swedish chapter in GLI International Arbitration

Norburg & Scherp has written the chapter for Sweden in Global Legal Insight - International Arbitration 2021. Click here to read more.

Guide to Competition Litigation

Norburg & Scherp has written the chapter for Sweden in The Legal 500 guide on Competition Litigation, providing an overview of the competition litigation landscape across a number of jurisdictions. Click here to read more.

CDR Expert View on disclosure of documents

Our partners Kristina Ljungström and Pontus Scherp and associate Elias Lundin have authored a CDR Expert View on disclosure of documents in a digital age. Follow the link below for the full article:

https://iclg.com/cdr/queen-mary-university-of-london/15637-disclosure-of-documents-in-a-digital-age

Norburg & Scherp recruits Magnus Jonson to its partnership

Magnus Jonson will join the partnership of Swedish disputes specialist firm Norburg & Scherp as of 1 February 2021. Magnus is a leading expert with more than 25 years experience of litigation in the fields of competition law and intellectual property law.

Magnus Jonson has a background as a deputy director at the Swedish Competition Authority, where he acted as counsel for the Competition Authority in competition litigation for several years. He has also been a partner at Swedish niche firm Sandart & Partners, where he focused on competion and intellectual property law, and counsel at commercial law firm Setterwalls. In the beginning of his career, Magnus served as a junior judge at Swedish courts for several years, including the Svea Court of Appeal and the Market Court. He has also served at the Swedish Ministry of Trade and Industry, where he prepared competition legislation. He earned an LL.M. degree from the Stockholm University in 1991.

”We are very happy that Magnus has decided to join Norburg & Scherp to further strengthen our disputes team and to meet a growing demand for the firm’s services in competition and intellectual property litigation”, says partners Fredrik Norburg, Pontus Scherp and Kristina Ljungström. ”Magnus is one of the leading Swedish experts in competition and intellectual property litigation, with a unique experience of acting as counsel both for private parties and for the Competition Authority, and as a state court judge. This is a key recruitment for our firm’s strategy in the fields of competion and intellectual property law.”

”Norburg & Scherp is a leading Swedish firm for dispute resolution, and it is with great pleasure that I join the partnership to strengthen and develop its practice relating to competition and intellectual property disputes”, says Magnus Jonson.

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For further information, please contact Fredrik Norburg, tel +46707785720, e-mail fredrik.norburg@norburgscherp.se, and Magnus Jonson, tel +46722392267, e-mail magnus.jonson@norburgscherp.se.

Norburg & Scherp recruits Anina Liebkind to its partnership

Anina Liebkind will join the partnership of disputes specialist firm Norburg & Scherp as of 1 February 2021. Anina Liebkind has spent several years with Baker & McKenzie’s dispute resolution team in Stockholm, where she focused on a wide array of disputes and acted for clients from a number of industries including insurance, energy, finance and telecommunications.

Admitted to the bars of both Sweden and Finland, Anina started her career as a disputes lawyer in the Finnish law firm Merilampi, and thereafter at the international dispute resolution firm Lalive, in Geneva. She holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Helsinki, and an LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement from the Graduate Institute of Geneva (MIDS). She is fluent in English, Finnish, French and Swedish.

Anina’s experience covers domestic litigation as well as domestic and international arbitration proceedings conducted under various ad hoc and institutional rules, including ICC, ICSID, SCC, FIA and UNCITRAL, governed by a multiplicity of procedural and substantive laws.

Anina is recognized by Who's Who Legal (WWL) Arbitration 2021 - Future Leaders as among the best young arbitration practitioners world-wide, and as a National Leader for arbitration in Sweden. She is a thought leader that frequently publishes and lectures on an assortment of arbitration topics, including acting as a visiting lecturer for the Master of Laws in International Commercial Arbitration (ICAL) program at the University of Stockholm. She is also the Co-Chair of the IBA Arb 40 Subcommittee.

”We are very happy that Anina has decided to join Norburg & Scherp to further strengthen our arbitration and litigation team and to meet a growing demand for the firm’s services”, says partners Fredrik Norburg, Pontus Scherp and Kristina Ljungström. ”She has established herself as one of the leading Nordic dispute resolution lawyers in her generation, and brings a wealth of experience from domestic and international proceedings that will boost and broaden our dispute resolution practice.”

”Norburg & Scherp has quickly become known as a leading Swedish firm for arbitration and litigation, and it is with great pleasure that I join this dynamic firm’s partnership”, says Anina Liebkind. ”I look forward to augment the firm’s excellent disputes practice in my areas of expertise through my international vision and experience.”

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For further information, please contact Fredrik Norburg, tel +46707785720, e-mail info@norburgscherp.se, and Anina Liebkind, tel +46842003500, e-mail info@norburgscherp.se.

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Next Generation Partner

We are proud to share that the Legal 500 has named Kristina Ljungström a Next Generation Partner in its 2020 dispute resolution rankings. According to testimonials, “Kristina Ljungström provides an impressive combination of legal, technical and strategic knowledge of great importance in construction disputes. The practice also has impressive associates”.

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