firm news / 13 Jan 2010
Rejuventation at Setterwalls – younger generation of new partners for 2010
Setterwalls, one of Sweden’s leading business law firms, appoints six new partners for 2010. They come from all three offices – Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö – and are all between 30 and 42 years old. They represent IP, company law, labour law and maritime and transport law; four areas which have done well even during 2009.
– We look forward to developing our business during 2010 and further strengthening the practices at all three offices. Our new partners play an important role in that task says Setterwalls’ Executive Partner, Joakim Edoff.
Åsa Erlandsson, 41, based in Stockholm, has been with Setterwalls since 1998 and works with labour law.
Ola Grahn, 32, based in Malmö, has been with Setterwalls since 2003 and works with corpo-rate and M&A and equity capital markets.
Henrik Larsson, 38, based in Stockholm, has been with Setterwalls since 2000 and works with labour law. Henrik heads up the labour law practice at the Stockholm office.
Martin Levinsohn, 34, based in Malmö, has been with Setterwalls since 2002 and works with IP and EU and competition. Martin heads up the EU and competition practice at the Malmö office.
Fredrik Roos, 30, has been based at Setterwalls’ Göteborg office since 2003 and his primary focus is IP, IT and dispute resolution. Fredrik heads up the IP/Tech practice in Göteborg.
Jörgen Sköld, 42, based in Göteborg, has been with Setterwalls since 2006 and works with maritime and transport law. Jörgen heads up the shipping and transport practice at the Göteborg office.
– It is very pleasing to be able to appoint new partners at all three offices and from our own ranks, says Joakim Edoff.