Last Updated 08 March 2019
is a top-ranked independent Swedish business law firm regarded as a truly modern firm and one of the leading law firms on the Swedish market. Cederquist offers full service from its office in Stockholm and provides clients with specialist expertise within most areas of business law. The firm engages ... more than 100 of the best lawyers available on the Swedish market and is organised with cross-sectional practice groups uniquely positioned to provide clients consistently with the best suited team for each and every matter. Cederquist is known to be a truly modern and clearly value-driven organisation. As the demands of the firm’s clients have changed and developed, so has the firm, always striving to be at the forefront of change and in pace with the demands of the future. In the international arena the firm has developed non-exclusive relationships with other leading law firms globally to help them assist clients in cross-border matters. Major international deals and transactions handled by the firm include acting as legal adviser in a number of corporate acquisitions of Swedish companies on behalf of foreign corporations, investment banks and law firms, as well as acquisitions of companies outside Sweden. Cederquist believes that the heart and soul of an outstanding law firm is legal excellence combined with a commercial focus. All the firm’s lawyers are among the foremost experts within their respective areas, with an in-depth knowledge of the law in general. Cederquist’s market-leading Employment and Benefits team is well known for providing exceptional service and pragmatic advice. Drawing on broad experience and in-depth knowledge of Swedish labour law, the team is able to manage risks in all labour law-related situations for clients. The labour law practice handles all matters relating to the legal areas of labour, pension, and benefits, including drafting and negotiations of executive employment agreements, assisting in termination and exit-related actions, handling collective redundancies situation, business transfers, outsourcing matters, reorganisations, employment protection, protection of trade secrets, work environment issues, pension, incentive and bonus programmes, policies and collective agreements.