Nordic Legal Services Leading The Digital Economy
The Nordic region has established a reputation as a test bed for innovation, a problem-solving approach to investments, and home to several of the world’s most digital economies. Because of this and other factors, the exit value for Nordic companies has in recent years reached historic highs. Kilpatrick Townsend’s Stockholm office, established in 2001, has been recognized in European rankings, such as Chambers and Legal 500 for its Nordic real estate, construction, and corporate practices.
We work with Nordic and multinational companies, which are leaders in emerging technologies and international trends in industries, including telecommunications, manufacturers, insurance companies, developers, construction, and real estate firms, as well as Swedish and international property funds. Our team supports clients in negotiating and executing corporate and commercial transactions, dispute resolution, and with tax issues, including controversies and VAT.
Our 30 attorneys in Stockholm are all locally trained and steeped in the practice of Swedish law. We also have in-depth knowledge of the legal systems in all other Nordic countries, and are well-versed with their particular business practices and traditions.
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