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How to amend contracts awarded following a public procurement procedure

Sweden, European Union - June 22 2016 In connection with M&A transactions, a careful assessment must be made of the potential consequences that the transaction may have for public...

Andres Acevedo.

Suppliers' right to damages for lost profits clarified and confirmed in Sweden

Sweden - June 22 2016 On 18 May 2016, the Swedish Supreme Court ("SSC") issued two judgments concerning damages claims in relation to public procurement processes. In the...

Martina Sterner.

Creating a solid legal foundation for successful brand management

Sweden - November 27 2014 A brand is so much more than a trademark or a design right. It is about individual and personal impressions, reactions and experiences associated...

Björn Johansson-Heigis.

Trade secrets - important value drivers often ignored in due diligence

European Union - May 5 2014 It is generally accepted nowadays that the value of most companies’ intellectual property rights (IPRs) far exceeds the value of their tangible...

Mikko Manner, Björn Johansson-Heigis.

Handling of intellectual property matters to be centralized to Market Court in Finland

Finland - January 28 2013 The President of Finland, Mr. Sauli Niinistö, ratified on 31 January 2013 the enactment of new legislation concerning the centralization of the...

Johanna Flythström, Juhani Sinkkonen.