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Mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, litigation and arbitration.
Magnus is an experienced commercial lawyer and project leader in mergers and acquisitions, including auction procedures, as well as in litigation and arbitration proceedings. Having served as a judge, Magnus has worked with Swedish and international commercial law from 1998. Over the years, he has acquired in-depth experience from numerous complex cases and projects, including a wide-ranging variety of problem areas as well as agreements of the type that arise as a matter of course within any company or enterprise.
His experience also includes many instances of risk management and risk assessment in purchasing and sales situations in environments varying from IT companies and other IPR-intensive areas of activity through to traditional manufacturing industries. The larger-scale projects he has managed include standard contracts for development and purchasing for a leading telecoms company, general conditions for the purchasing of consultancy services for a large medical company, and reconstruction projects for subcontractor firms in the automotive industry.
Magnus has played a leading role in a large number of acquisitions in Sweden and abroad on both vendor and purchaser sides, including a wide variety of associated agreements and issues. He is well acquainted with all the various phases of controlled auctions as project leader and leading lawyer (on both vendor and purchaser sides).
His career background means that Magnus has a wealth of experience of both litigation and arbitration proceedings. He has acted as counsel in Swedish and international cases subject to the rules of the FIDIC, ICC, SCC, and the Danish Arbitration Institute, as well as ad-hoc proceedings. He has experience as arbitrator, including as chairman appointed by the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) as well as in ad hoc proceedings. During 2010-2011 he attended the Swedish Arbitration Association (SAA) and SCC well reputed training programme for arbitrators. As from 2014 Magnus is a member of the SCC Rules Revision Committee.
Magnus also has many years’ experience of teaching, partly for clients and partly in-house, but also at Lund University, where he lectures on commercial contract law.