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Setterwalls
Stortorget 23 Box 4501
SE-203 20
Malmö

Tel: +46 10 690 04 13
Fax: +46 10 690 04 70

Email: lennart.arvidson@setterwalls.se
Web: www.setterwalls.se

LENNART ARVIDSON heads Setterwalls’ Life Sciences specialist group. He represents both national and international clients. His practice focuses on regulatory and intellectual property work and litigation, with particular emphasis on the pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors and clients within the IT-industry. Several cases have involved international dimensions requiring the coordination of different legal proceedings. Lennart also works with commercial disputes in courts and arbitration boards and he is an accredited CEDR mediator.

Life Sciences Law Practice:

At Setterwalls you get access to an in-depth knowledge of regulatory, patent and other IP law issues as well as commercial understanding. In addition, our industry team of lawyers can assist you with everything from risk assessment to negotiating research and development agreements, licence agreements and other agreements for the day-to-day business as well as structural transactions and strategic investments. With solid industry know-how, we deal with complicated patent disputes.

We represent both young innovative companies and internationally well established players.

Setterwalls:

Setterwalls is one of Sweden’s leading full-service law firms with a well established international network.

We have a workforce of approximately 260, of which 190 are lawyers. We all share the same focus – to make our clients’ business more successful.

At your disposal are experienced specialists in all business-critical fields.

Our ambition is at all times to be a flexible and astute legal partner. It is easy to cooperate with us and we are always easy to reach. This means that you can always obtain the assistance you need at any given time.

We have offices in the three largest cities in Sweden – Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö.


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