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Tel:
Work +46 8 578 450 00
Fax:
Fax +46 8 578 450 99
Email:
Web:
www.hammarskiold.se
Hammarskiöld, Malin Albert, Stockholm, SWEDEN

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Malin Albert

Tel:
Work +46-8-578 450 07
Email:
Hammarskiöld

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Position

Partner

Career

Malin Albert specialises in life sciences, contractual, competition and procurement law. Malin Alberts work within life sciences consists to a large extent of regulatory and commercial advice within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device sectors and within health and medical care. Malin Albert also has special experience of providing advice in conjunction with stock market listings of life sciences companies. As to EU and competition law, Malin Albert has many years of experience of issues relating to merger filings, vertical restraints, abuse of dominant position, cartels and state aid.

Languages

Swedish, English and French

Member

Swedish Bar Association

Education

University of London, Queen Mary (2002);
University of Lund (juris kandidat, LL.M., 2003);
Université Toulouse 1 Sciences Sociales, Toulouse (France), Master 2 EU law (2006-2007)


Sweden

EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

The practice at Hammarskiöld 'gives clear recommendations based on the practical implications of its legal advice' and was recently strengthened by the arrival of life sciences expert Malin Albert from SetterwallsClaes Langenius is singled out as an 'experienced lawyer'; he recently acted for Altor on a multi-jurisdictional merger filing. Notable senior associates include Virginie Kurtz, who advises on compliance matters and internal investigations, and Sofia Falkner, who is praised for 'her good legal judgement and ability to provide clear answers'.

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