MIP IP Stars 2019

Sandart & Partners is ranked within Tier 1 for "Patent contentious" and "Trade mark contentious" and Tier 2 for "Copyright & related rights" by Managing Intellectual Property's guide to the world's leading IP firms and practitioners.

Sandart & Partners

  • Tier 1 - Patent contentious and Trade mark contentious
  • Tier 2 - Copyright & related rights

Several of our lawyers are named IP Stars 2019.

IP stars 2019

IP STARS Reviews

Patent - Sandart & Partners is still the most respected law firm in Sweden for patent litigation. The firm retained Managing IP's Firm of the Year award for patent litigation. Peter Sande and Dag Sandart are the most prominent patent litigators in the firm. Another notable partner for patent disputes is Anders Kylhammar. Managing partner Göran Antonsson and Jonas Näsman have an IP transactions practice. The partners are supported in patent disputes by a team of associates, most notably Amanda Granqvist and Anna Bladh Redzic, both of whom are rising stars to watch. Julia Ericsson, who was recognised as a rising star in 2018, is now a partner in the firm. [Karin Westerberg, also recognised as a rising star in 2018, is now a partner in the firm. Entry by Sandart & Partners]

Trade mark - Boutique firm Sandart & Partners remains a leader in IP disputes in Sweden. All its partners are experienced in IP dispute resolution. Patent litigation star Dag Sandart, Peter Sande, Karin Cederlund and Anders Kylhammar are the key partners for IP disputes. Managing partner Göran Antonsson and Jonas Näsman are notable lawyers for IP-related transactions. The partners are supported by a team of IP associates, most notably Julia Ericsson and Karin Westerberg. In 2018, the firm lost three lawyers including rising star Patricia Haddad and partner Eric Runesson, who is now a Supreme Court judge. The firm reinforced with two new lawyers including former IP judge Anna Bladh Redzic.

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