Last Updated January 31, 2019

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Hannes Snellman Attorneys Ltd Hannes Snellman Attorneys Ltd has a dispute resolution practice with a long and proven track record of generating successful results, advising clients in their business disputes, regulatory investigations and cases of insolvency. The firm has a wealth of experience in domestic and cross-border litigation, ad hoc and administered arbitration proceedings as well as in mediation and other forms of ADR. With a focus on complex international cases, Hannes Snellman provides a dedicated team of experts who litigate and arbitrate disputes across different business sectors and under a wide variety of jurisdictions in an efficient and results-oriented manner. The key area of practice in relation to eDiscovery is the firm’s dispute resolution practice, while the other primary practice areas that relate to the sector are the IP, technology and tax practices.

The Finnish litigation system is based on civil law. However, like other Nordic legal systems it contains some elements that are similar to common law, such as an adversarial approach to litigation.

Hannes Snellman Attorneys Ltd

Eteläesplanadi 20
FI-00130 Helsinki
Finland

+358 9 228 841

+358 9 177 393

reception.helsinki@hannessnellman.com www.hannessnellman.com
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Hannes Snellman Attorneys Ltd Hannes Snellman Attorneys Ltd has a dispute resolution practice with a long and proven track record of generating successful results, advising clients in their business disputes, regulatory investigations and cases of insolvency. The firm has a wealth of experience in domestic and cross-border litigation, ad hoc and administered arbitration proceedings as well as in mediation and other forms of ADR. With a focus on complex international cases, Hannes Snellman provides a dedicated team of experts who litigate and arbitrate disputes across different business sectors and under a wide variety of jurisdictions in an efficient and results-oriented manner. The key area of practice in relation to eDiscovery is the firm’s dispute resolution practice, while the other primary practice areas that relate to the sector are the IP, technology and tax practices.

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