Press Release Vinge further strengthens its intellectual property practice

October 03, 2013

Ulf Dahlgren joins Vinge’s IP Practice Group. Following the recent arrival of Håkan Borgenhäll, one of Sweden’s leading intellectual property lawyers, Vinge now further strengthens its full-service IP Practice Group through the recruitment of tier-1 ranked Ulf Dahlgren.

Currently senior counsel at Lindahl in Stockholm with a particular focus on patent litigation, Dahlgren joined Lindahl in connection with its merger with boutique IP practice RydinCarlsten in 2009. He was previously a partner of RydinCarlsten for many years.

“We are very happy to welcome Ulf to Vinge’s expanding intellectual property law team,” says Håkan Borgenhäll, Head of Vinge’s IP Practice Group in Stockholm. Borgenhäll continues: “With a solid foundation of some 15 lawyers who focus on intellectual property law, we are in the process of building a dedicated team that can offer legal advice within the entire spectrum of intellectual property law. Ulf will be a very important component in our efforts to widen our capacity and competence.” 

Ulf Dahlgren is top-ranked by Chambers & Partners and Legal500 and he is the co-author of several international publications within intellectual property law. Ulf is also an honorary member of the Swedish Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property and was awarded the Award of Merit by the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property. Ulf will be joining the firm at the beginning of 2014. 

For more information, please contact:
Håkan Borgenhäll, Head of IP Practice Group, +46 (0) 10 614 30 30
Anna Rasin, Head of Marketing & Communications, +46 (0) 10 614 30 29   

Sanctions round-up

Not long time ago sanctions were a rare occurrence which only involved obscure products and countries, and which were decided by the members of the United Nations Security Council. Today, the European Union and, in particular, the United States, impose sanctions and other trade restrictions with high frequency which have the potential to affect any type of transaction. Below you will find a summary of some recent developments.
December 22, 2020

EU Commission criticizes Sweden for its application of the rules on combined transports

Through a formal notice to Sweden, the European Commission has criticized the inadequate application of Directive 92/106/ECC on common rules for certain forms of combined transport of goods between Member States (the “Combined Transports Directive”). The notice mainly concerns the Swedish Transport Agency's application of the term "nearest suitable railway station"
December 11, 2020