Mr Peter Nordbeck > Advokatfirman Delphi > Stockholm, Sweden > Lawyer Profile

Advokatfirman Delphi
MASTER SAMUELSGATAN 17
PO BOX 1432
111 84 STOCKHOLM
Sweden
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Position

Partner whose main areas of practice include Outsourcing, E-commerce, IT Contracts and Privacy Law.

Career

Partner, Advokatfirman Delphi, 2005 – present; Partner, Linklaters Advokatbyrå, 2001 – 2005; Lagerlöf & Leman Advokatbyrå, 1993 – 2001; Göta Court of Appeal, 1992 – 1993; Administrative Court of Appeal, Jönköping, 1991 – 1992; District Court of Malmö, 1989 – 1991.

Languages

English and Swedish.

Memberships

Swedish Bar Association; The Swedish Computer Society; ADBJ – The Swedish Society for Computer & Law.

Education

LL.M. Lund University 1988.

Lawyer Rankings

Sweden > Data privacy and data protection

Data protection and data privacy instructions at Advokatfirman Delphi are handled by Agnes Hammarstrand and Peter Nordbeck. Regulatory compliance and incident response are points of focus, and close collaboration with the IT practice is applied to clients’ digital outsourcing, cloud-based and digital payment implementation projects. The team is also acting in notable contentious work pertaining to GDPR breaches alleged by the Swedish Data Protection Authority. The practice also leverages a suite of fixed-pricing models, which are tailored to clients’ ongoing GDPR and crisis response needs.

Sweden > IT and telecoms

Advokatfirman Delphi has an expansive IT and telecoms practice spread across multiple offices and led by Agne Lindberg. Outsourcing is a core specialism of the group; Lindberg, Agnes Hammarstrand and Peter Nordbeck primarily advise buyers in highly regulated sectors including banking, insurance and public sector clients, and suppliers in the healthcare sector recently instructed the team on the delivery of patient data systems. Johan Hübner further enhances the commercial IT knowledge. The practice also provides expert advice on machine learning and AI technology, and handles major digitalisation projects, cloud computing mandates, data privacy work and licensing issues; online retailers also retain the team for advice on e-commerce regulations.