New partners and counsel appointed at Vinge’s Malmö and Stockholm offices

June 30, 2022

Advokat Daniel Daun and advokat Victor Ericsson at Vinge’s Malmö and Stockholm offices respectively have been appointed as new partners as of 1 January 2023. Jacob Jeanrond, Caroline Krassén, Henrik Schön, Maria Dahlin Kolvik, Sara Strandberg and Linn Adelwald have been elected as counsel at Vinge’s Stockholm office.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome our new partners and counsel in their roles. They are not only skilled experts but also important culture carriers. As a law firm, we are stronger than ever, and our employees are an instrumental part thereof. Through these appointments, we strengthen Vinge’s long-term offering in a number of practice areas that are requested by our clients and are thus central to our business, says Maria‑Pia Hope, Managing Partner.


The following lawyers have been elected as partners:

Victor Ericsson, Corporate Tax

Daniel Daun, M&A and Dispute Resolution


The following persons have been elected as counsel:

Jakob Jeanrond, EU, Competition & Regulatory

Caroline Krassén, Financial Services

Henrik Schön, Financial Services

Maria Dahlin Kolvik, M&A

Sara Strandberg, Employment and Benefits

Linn Adelwald, Banking & Finance

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