Legal 500 EMEA 2021

Sandart & Partners a TOP-TIER FIRM in practice area Intellectual property and media in The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2021.

Dag Sandart and Peter Sande are ranked as "Hall of Fame/Leading individuals" and Julia Ericsson, Karin Westerberg, Anders Kylhammar and Karin Cederlund  are named "Recommended Lawyers".

The Legal 500 external link, opens in new windowEurope, Middle East & Africa 2021external link, opens in new window
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Sandart&Partners Advokatbyrå KBexternal link has a highly praised IP litigation practice, which covers patents, trade secrets and copyright disputes, primarily in the medical device, pharmaceuticals, software and mechanical fields.

Practice head(s): Julia Ericssonexternal link; Dag Sandartexternal link; Peter Sandeexternal link; Anders Kylhammarexternal link; Karin Cederlundexternal link; Karin Westerberg

Testimonials

‘Provides speed, commitment, flexibility, competence.’

‘Clear communication. Clear message. Clearly communicated who is doing what and when.’

‘Very thorough and proactive way of looking for argumentation in its clients favour. Pragmatic way of presenting this argumentation. Strategic, not only legal, input for the case has been excellent!’

‘Anders Kylhammar and Julia Ericsson have been very proactive, professional yet pragmatic, keeping the input vs. fee ratio on a reasonable level.’

‘Apart from being professional, easy going and excellent to cooperate with, all my contact with Sandart has been characterised by a team taking the extra steps in every detail. I have nothing but praise for them.’

‘Peter Sande is simply brilliant in all aspects, being an adviser, legal strategist and a patent litigator of the highest possible tier. Karin Westerberg is also extremely knowledgeable in the same area, thorough, client oriented and with constant quality output. We have relied on both of the aforementioned partners in matters of high importance and they have lived up to our expectations.’