New partners and counsels appointed at Vinge’s Gothenburg office

August 30, 2022

Ninos Aho has been appointed partner at Vinge’s Gothenburg office, as of 1 January 2023. In addition, advokat Petronella Hallberg and advokat Martin E Svanberg have been appointed as counsels, also as of 1 January 2023.

Ninos Aho, in his capacity as advokat and counsel in Vinge’s dispute resolution practice group, has extensive experience of representing clients before court of general jurisdiction, the administrative courts as well as in arbitral proceedings. Within the field of commercial agreements, Ninos regularly advises on a large number of different types of contracts such as co-operation agreements, general terms and conditions and distribution agreements of different types. He also regularly advises both landlords and tenants in connection with lease agreements, lease termination as well as real estate law, civil disputes and matters before the courts and rent tribunals.

With a specialisation in maritime and transport law, Ninos provides advice within maritime law, road transportation and shipping, railway transportation, aviation, logistics as well as transport law insurance matters. Ninos provides advice within several sectors where, in addition to transport and commercial leases, he also advises within the fields of energy and international trade.

Anna Palmerus, Managing Partner at Vinge’s Gothenburg office, states:

By virtue of his legal expertise and high-quality advice, Ninos Aho is a very appreciated adviser and colleague. Ninos came to Vinge directly after his studies and is a member of our dispute resolution practice group as well as within the maritime and transport law practice group. He also has considerably experience within commercial leases and right of use law as well as commercial agreements and, in the future, he will play a more central role within these practice areas. With his genuine commitment to Vinge’s quality and knowledge development, Ninos is a fantastic representative of the firm and the values that we stand for.

Petronella Hallberg, advokat, has worked at Vinge in the practice areas of M&A, business and employment law since 2015, and joined Vinge straight after completing her studies. Martin E Svanberg, advokat, has worked in M&A and corporate law at Vinge since 2020, and has previously as a corporate in-house counsel as well as at business law firms since 2016.

Magnus Pauli, partner and head of the M&A practice group at Vinge’s Gothenburg office, states:

By appointing Petronella Hallberg and Martin E Svanberg as counsel, we strengthen our already strong offering within the areas of business law, employment law and private M&A in the long- term. In addition to their extensive experience as legal advisors, they are also an important embodiment of culture and learning. We continue to grow in the areas of business law, M&A and employment law, in which Petronella and Martin’s new roles are an important part of our operational development.



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