Press Release

Robert Deli appointed as new counsel at Vinge

September 03, 2013

Robert Deli joined Advokatfirman Vinge’s office in Gothenburg on 1 September 2013. Robert Deli joined the firm from Wallenstam AB (publ), where he was employed as general counsel.

“We are very proud and happy about this recruitment. Having Robert Deli as part of the team will allow us to further improve our real estate practice, in particular within the area of construction law,” says Charlotte Forssander, Managing Partner of Vinge Gothenburg.

Robert specialises in real estate and construction law as well as dispute resolution and, among other things, has managed all of Wallenstam’s construction disputes over the last few years. He is also the author of “Commercial Construction Law in Practice” and has been regularly and increasingly engaged as both counsel and an expert in construction law litigation. Due to the incompatibility of the aforementioned with his duties as general counsel, Robert decided to return to private practice. He received his LL M from Lund University in 2001.

For further information, please contact:
Charlotte Forssander, Managing Partner Vinge Gothenburg, +46 (0)10 614 15 88
Anna Rasin, Head of Marketing and Communications, +46 (0)10 614 30 29

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