About KT: Locations Stockholm
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Stockholm office was established in 2001 and is the firm’s European headquarters for service to our clients in that region and internationally. The Swedish office plays an important role for the firm in the European and American markets and serves clients in all areas of law, including corporate, real estate, construction, and litigation.
Legal 500 and Chambers Europe examine all of the significant law firms in each country and make recommendations of the top firms. In 2017, Legal 500 recommended the firm’s Stockholm office in the following categories: commercial, corporate and M&A, construction, employment, real estate, and tax. The Stockholm office was also recommended by Chambers Europe in two categories: employment and real estate.
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