MIP IP Stars 2017
Sandart & Partners is ranked as a TOP 1 FIRM in Managing Intellectual Propertys IP Stars 2017, a guide to the world's leading IP firms and practitioners.
Patent Editorial 2017 Sweden
Rivals respect Sandart & Partners in IP litigation. "A reliable firm for multinational patent litigation. You know what to get," says one market commentator. Another adds: "Sandart is a firm which is consistent in delivering each year." Peter Sande and Dag Sandart are the patent stars in the firm. According to a client, Sande is a "service-minded and pragmatic" IP lawyer who provides "straightforward and clear legal advice". Anders Kylhammar is also recommended for patent disputes. The senior lawyers are supported by a team of associates. Julia Ericsson and Karin Westerberg are the rising stars to watch. Case studies show the team representing multinational pharmaceutical companies in patent litigation. "They're the last real IP firm remaining in Sweden," one commentator concludes.
Trade Mark & Copyright Editorial 2017 Sweden
Sandart & Partners is top of the tree for IP litigation in Sweden. "A great litigation boutique," says one rival. "They ticked all the boxes," another rival adds. Dag Sandart is head of IP. Karin Cederlund and Anders Kylhammar are two prominent practitioners for copyright and trade mark work. Cederlund is listed in Managing IP's Top 250 Women in IP (2017). The firm also handles IP-related transactions, with Jonas Näsman, Eric Runesson and Göran Antonsson the three key partners in this area.
The IP partners are supported by a team of associates including rising stars Julia Ericsson and Karin Westerberg. The firm recently welcomed copyright specialist Dan Eklöf as associate. "Sandart is a firm which is consistent in delivering each year, leading on high-profile cases," says one market commentator. Another rival believes the firm is a gem: "My favourite firm in Sweden remains Sandart. No other firm has the expertise and the partners have a strong team behind them. They're the last real IP firm remaining in Sweden."