We represent clients in redundancy and restructuring situations, and we also help in compensation disputes – for instance when employees start up a competing business. We deal with employment law disputes, discrimination matters and health and safety issues, as well as cross border employment law. We can also advise on how the gig economy may affect the traditional concepts of employer and employee.
We advise multinationals on establishing European Work Councils, and on cross border acquisitions. This includes establishing European companies, SE companies and outsourcing entire departments internationally. Our lawyers can also help with work permit issues when Swedish companies wish to employ labour abroad.
Year after year, international ranking organisations and client surveys rank Vinge’s labour and employment law specialists in tier 1. Because we are a full‑service firm, we can support our clients in all their business law matters.
Impressed clients highlight the lawyers' "best-in-class experience" and "excellent responsiveness," adding that they are "always accurate."
Clients say: "They always provide a high-class advisory service with very fast response times. You can always count on them, even at very short notice." - (Chambers and Partners, 2020)
Legal 500, testimonials: ‘The team is highly professional and provides exceptional legal advice. It is business focused, client oriented, flexible and has a high knowledge of the subject matter.‘
‘I received excellent support and advice. The service was very personable and I felt able to approach with queries at any time and on any matter. Felt much more approachable than other firms that have worked with.‘
‘Efficient and still very humble and personal with a great heart.‘
‘Extremely responsive, knowledge and helpful. Working with many law firms globally, this is my favourite.‘ - (Legal 500, 2020).
The outbreak of Covid-19 continues to have a material negative effect on a large number of companies and their businesses on the Swedish labour market and it has also led to considerable fluctuations on the financial markets. Because of these negative effects, businesses may need to proceed with redundancies if proper cost saving options are not implemented. We have summarised a couple of options that employers may want to consider.
The Covid-19 situation has had a material negative effect on a large number of Swedish businesses and it has also led to considerable fluctuations on the financial markets. We have gathered together a number of questions and answers which we frequently encounter in our practice to help companies navigate the situation.
By popular request, here is our very first English-language episode of Vinge's employment law podcast Arbetsrättspodden.