Employment & Benefits: Newsletter June
In this newsletter we take a closer look at the authority of managers. The article examines a case from the Swedish Labour Court that addresses the issue of the authority of a manager to enter into agreements with employees which are binding on the employer.
Vinge’s IP Group top-ranked
Vinge’s IP Group has once again been top-ranked by several leading ranking institutes within the area, now IAM 1000, MIP IP Stars as well as WTR Global.
At Vinge you will meet many of Sweden’s most accomplished specialists within business law. We like to emphasize the first part of our expertise – business.
To share our knowledge and experience is an integrated part of our business. We assist our clients by navigating through complex legal questions, with a focus on building long term relations.
Vinge’s palette has many bold colours. We believe in a workplace where everyone’s individuality is allowed to flourish. A workplace where everyone can reach their full potential. Together we forge unique teams for our clients. Do you want to make a difference with us?
Vinge advises EQT Infrastructure II in connection with the Hector Rail group’s divestment of GB Railfreight
GB Railfreight was acquired by EQT Infrastructure II, through its current Swedish portfolio company Hector Rail, in November 2016 and is the third largest rail freight operator in the United Kingdom, with a turnover in excess of GBP 200m.
Vinge advises Vicore Pharma in connection with its listing on Nasdaq Stockholm
Vinge advises Vicore Pharma Holding AB (publ) in connection with its list change from Nasdaq First North Growth Market to Nasdaq Stockholm’s main market.
Vinge advises Intrum in connection with several financing transactions
Vinge has advised Intrum AB (publ) in connection with several financing transactions during the third quarter of 2019.