The outcome of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the EU is uncertain. As of right now the UK is heading towards a "no deal" Brexit without a withdrawal agreement with the EU on October 31st. However, nothing has been settled yet and the UK and the EU are currently in negotiations to reach a withdrawal agreement. This means that the more precise consequences for Swedish companies with British employees working and residing in Sweden are still uncertain, but we have listed a few things to keep in mind depending on the outcome of the ongoing negotiations.
Cederquist’s specialists Fredrik Lindblom and Elsa Arbrandt with valuable assistance from Sanna Widén have, as national experts, contributed with the Swedish chapter in the international legal publication Chambers Global Practice Guide.
Cederquist's EU and Competition Law team has contributed, as national experts, with the chapter on the Swedish regulatory framework regarding abuse of dominance, for the international legal publication Getting the Deal Through
During the spring, Cederquist's EU and Competition Law team was selected, as national experts, to contribute with a chapter on the Swedish regulatory framework regarding dominance in Sweden, for the international legal publication Getting the Deal Through.
We are proud to announce that Jenny Jilmstad, specialist counsel within employment law, has contributed to the Women, Business and the Law 2018 Report, which provides objective measures of legal and regulatory barriers to women's entrepreneurship and employment.
Are you interested in reading about recommended law firms working with competition law in Sweden? If so, you should check out the latest Global Competition Review (GCR 100), the new 18th edition, that was recently published.