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    01 Dec 2016

    Wistrand appoints new partners

    Wistrand Law Firm has appointed lawyers Peter Sandberg and Erik Ullberg as new partners of the firm. The appointments will take effect on 1 January 2017.

     

    Peter Sandberg works at Wistrand’s Stockholm office and mainly specializes in real estate transactions and tax. He has been working at Wistrand since 2012.

     

    Erik Ullberg has worked at Wistrand's Gothenburg office since 2004 and specializes in general commercial law with particular focus on intellectual property and marketing law, IT and data protection as well as public procurement.

     

    "It feels great to welcome Peter and Erik on as new partners of Wistrand. They both have unique expertise in their respective fields, and of course it is especially gratifying when employees within the firm advance to become partners", say Fredrik Råsberg, Managing Partner, and Martin Wedén, Chairman of the Board, in a joint statement.


    For further information:
    Fredrik Råsberg, Managing Partner
    E: fredrik.rasberg@wistrand.se
    T: +46 8 50 72 00 47
    M: +46 709 50 72 47

     

    Martin Wedén, Chairman of the Board
    E: martin.weden@wistrand.se
    T: +46 31 771 21 88
    M: +46 709 32 42 40

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