Digital services

Society is increasingly digital. Today, a majority of the world’s largest companies are digital market actors.

At EU level, several different legislative measures have been taken recently, with a focus on strengthening, modernising and clarifying the rules for online platforms. In addition, there have been a number of substantial changes to consumer legislation in light of increasing digitalisation. The new regulatory framework includes, inter alia, that a new Swedish Consumer Sale of Goods Act, the so-called Omnibus Directive, as well as EU legislative acts concerning digital services and digital markets. What do these regulations mean for your company?

Vinge’s specialists in consumer, marketing and competition law have extensive experience of the legal and commercial considerations faced by companies which provide digital services. We also regularly represent clients in relation to relevant public authorities and in court proceedings.

Our legal advice includes, inter alia:

  • Identifying applicable sector or technology specific legislation
  • Reviewing websites in the run-up to launching
  • Marketing law aspects
  • Trademark law issues
  • The preparation and negotiation of different types of agreements, such as general terms and conditions (for both companies and consumers), collaboration agreements, distribution agreements, etc.
  • Competition law advice


Please feel free to contact us in order to discuss any questions concerning digital services