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Vinge’s IP practice top ranked in IAM Patent 1000’s 2014 edition

March 30, 2017

Vinge’s IP practice continues to gain momentum and has recently been top ranked in the 2014 edition of IAM Patent 1000.

In the recently released edition, Vinge is listed as a recommended firm within both transactions and litigation. In addition, colleagues Håkan Borgenhäll and Ulf Dahlgren are listed as top ranked individuals within Litigation (Håkan Borgenhäll and Ulf Dahlgren) and Transactions (Ulf Dahlgren).

These recognitions follow the prestigious award IP Law Firm of the Year 2014 by Managing Intellectual Property, that Vinge received earlier this year.

The IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners guide is published by Intellectual Asset Management and identifies top patent practitioners in key jurisdictions around the globe. Over five months, IAM conducted more than 1500 interviews with attorneys-at-law, patent attorneys and in-house counsel to gather market intelligence on the leading players in the field. Individuals qualify based on their exceptional skills and in-depth insight into patent matters and firms qualify on the basis of their depth of expertise, market presence and level of work.

Private Funds – Vinge forms new practice group for fund formation in Sweden

Historically, private equity firms have often managed their funds from abroad. More recently, there has been a clear reversal of this trend in favour of repatriating the management of funds and establishing funds as Swedish limited companies. Vinge has formed a new Private Funds practice group in order to be in a better position to advise in conjunction with Swedish fund formations.
October 03, 2022

Proposal for a European Media Freedom Act

The European Commission has presented a proposal for new legislation which aims to protect journalists and media companies and combat disinformation.
September 26, 2022

The European Commission proposes a new Single Market Emergency Instrument

On 19 September 2022, the Commission adopted a proposal for a new regulation on an emergency instrument for the Single Market. Following the Covid-19 pandemic and other crises in the last years, the Union has seen internal entry restrictions, unpredictable rules and supply disruptions which, according to the Commission, have highlighted that there are structural shortcomings in the EU legal framework on the Single Market. The proposed emergency instrument aims to preserve the free movement of goods, services and persons and to ensure the availability of essential goods and services in the event of future emergencies.
September 22, 2022