Foyen recruits public procurement specialist

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Press release 29th of June 2017

Foyen Advokatfirma has recruited senior associate Ann Liljedal from the Administrative Court in Falun. Ann joins Foyen’s Public Procurement and Construction business sectors.

Ann joins Foyen from the Administrative Court in Falun where, during the course of two and a half years, she has worked on public procurement issues and been in charge of the public procurement group. Ann has presided over and written judgments in almost 400 public procurement cases, including appeals of major construction procurements.

– I have joined Foyen since the firm is greatly trusted on the market and possesses expertise within its core areas, including several of the leading construction lawyers in Sweden. I look forward to a stimulating exchange of experiences and to add to the further development of the firm, says Ann Liljedal.

Ann’s legal background also includes work as an associate at Hamilton Advokatbyrå in Falun and as corporate counsel at Liljedal Entreprenad AB. She joined Foyen on 15 May.

– Ann has an extensive legal background with specialist expertise within public procurement. Her expertise will strengthen us further and the recruitment represents part of our strategy of becoming the largest commercial law firm in Sweden within project and technology-related law, says Foyen’s CEO Linnéa Djursén.

During the spring, Foyen has also recruited senior associate Christoffer Nystedt and associates Daniel Jonsson, Fanny Herbe, Jon Bartholdsson, Ingrid Blomqvist and Laura Gashi to the Public Procurement and Construction business areas, as well as associate Annika Carlsson to the Energy, Land and Environment business sector.

For more information contact:

Linnéa Djursén, CEO Foyen

+46 73 322 84 22,

Ann Liljedal, senior associate at Foyen

+46 723 73 16 38,

About Foyen

Foyen is a law firm which, ever since it was founded in 1987, has carved out three basic principles that define how we work: industry focus, an understanding of business, and outstanding expertise in the relevant areas of the law. And this has served us and our clients well. The firm now has some 80 employees in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Falun.

Our primary practice areas are in the construction and property sector, technology-intensive industry, mining and forestry, public transactions, the energy sector, the environmental sector, IT law and cross-industry business law.

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