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Birdstep Technology - sale and transfer of shares in IP Zone to Aptilo Networks

May 12, 2005

Aptilo Networks AB, the Swedish computer technology company, has agreed to acquire the IP Zone business of Birdstep Technology ASA, the Norwegian software provider for an undisclosed amount. Under terms of the agreement, Birdstep will become Aptilo’s largest shareholder holding 33.3% of the combined company, which is valued at SEK 240m (EUR 25.4m). The combined company will operate as Aptilo Networks.

Vinge acted for Birdstep Technology ASA.
Karin Ulberstad, Mattias Schömer (responsible partners)
Jens Haneklint, Eva Fredrikson (associates)

Renewable energy – The Council agrees on a temporary emergency regulation

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REPowerEU – The European Parliament and the Council have assumed their standpoints

In May 2022, the Commission presented its proposal regarding REPowerEU. The purpose of the plan, which is based on the "Fit for 55" parcel , is to change Europe’s energy system by eliminating the EU’s dependency on Russian fossil fuels as well as to tackle the climate crisis. The European Parliament and the Council have now adopted their positions in order to incorporate the plan into the national recovery and resilience plans.
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Vinge authors the Swedish contribution regarding tax disputes for The Legal 500

International companies run the risk of the erroneous management of tax issues when conducting operations in several jurisdictions. In such event, disputes can arise with the relevant tax authorities. The Legal 500 has now introduced a dedicated chapter on tax disputes in its comparative guide for the first time and Ulrika Bengtsson, advokat and counsel, has been selected to provide a clear picture of the Swedish tax litigation system.
November 09, 2022

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