Foyen Advokatfirma > Stockholm, Sweden > Firm Profile

Foyen Advokatfirma
Regeringsgatan 38
PO BOX 7229
103 89 Stockholm

Sweden > Energy Tier 1

Foyen Advokatfirma’s energy group regularly advises domestic energy companies as well as governmental agencies, offering considerable combined expertise in nuclear, wind, hydroelectric, gas and biogas power production. Stockholm and Gothenburg-based Pia Pehrson has experience in nuclear, hydroelectric, solar, hydrogen, and onshore and offshore wind power, and leads the team alongside Andreas Lindström in Malmö, who has expertise in transactional, compliance, and regulatory matters. Corporate expert Jonas Conradsson regularly advises on matters in the sustainable energy sector. Having joined the group in January and April 2023 respectively, senior associate Tomas Fjordevik adds experience in handling permit applications concerning wind power plants, while Helena Strömbeck leverages her in-house experience at a electricity infrastructure company.

Practice head(s):

Pia Pehrson; Andreas Lindström

Other key lawyers:

Helena Strömbeck; Jonas Conradsson; Tomas Fjordevik; Esmeralda Eberhardson; Johan Bogren


‘The team offers good insights in the energy industry and listens to client needs and delivers accordingly.’

‘Johan Bogren has a long history of working in the energy sector and with his background as in-house counsel he also understands the business side of the legal matters.’ 

‘Esmeralda Eberhardson is a young and talented lawyer that has a quick grasp of new topics and delivers according to expectations.’

‘They have broad knowledge of the issues and a great commitment to tasks.’

‘The group is easy to get in touch with and quickly helps with any questions. The result is reliable and of good quality.’

Key clients

SR Energy



Falu Elnät

Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A.

Vattenfall Vattenkraft AB



Skånska Energi

Skellefteå Kraft

Nordion Energi (Swedegas/Weum)


Övik Energi Nät AB



Equinor (Statoil)

Eolus Vind


Umeå Energi

Ystad Energi

Landskrona Energi

Falu Energi & Vatten AB

Billinge Energi

Skövde Energi AB

Skurups Elverk

Borlänge Energi AB

Halmstad Energi & Miljö

Gasum AB

Work highlights

  • Advising Equinor on its applications for exploration permits and preparation of permit applications for further offshore surveys in the Baltic Sea in connection with the establishment of 3 offshore wind farms.
  • Representing Eolus Vind AB in the process of applying for numerous permits regarding offshore wind power projects in Sweden’s Economic Zone in the Baltic Sea.
  • Advising RWE Renewable on its permit applications under the Environmental Code, the Continental Shelf Act and the Swedish Exclusive Economic Zone Act for offshore wind farms in the waters south of Sweden, especially the project Södra Victoria at Södra Midsjöbanken including 100 wind turbines.

Sweden > Construction Tier 2

Foyen Advokatfirma continues to handle large construction mandates for public sector entities, and has a strong track record in acting for the City of Stockholm, the City of Gothenburg, and the Swedish Transport Administration in a range of matters. The team has an excellent reputation for its capabilities in contract work and dispute resolution. John Hane is a highly regarded practitioner, with expertise in public procurement law. Oscar Wackling co-heads the practice with Per Vestman, who is experienced in handling public procurement issues. Christoffer Löfquist acts for public sector entities, and is highly experienced in handling litigation.

Practice head(s):

Oscar Wackling; Per Vestman

Other key lawyers:

John Hane; Richard Sahlberg; Christoffer Löfquist


‘Acts very professionally with good rapport between those involved. Easy to talk to.’

‘Professional, committed and very driven in their work.’

‘Christoffer Löfquist is a person who has that little something extra. ’

‘Responsive, knowledgeable.’

‘Reliable and good teamwork.’

Key clients

City of Stockholm

Käppala Förbundet


Stockholm Exergi AB

Bravida Sverige AB

Ellevio AB

Swedish Transport Administration

Atrium Ljungberg AB

Sweco AB

Ports of Stockholm

Lunds Kommun

Ports of Gothenburg

City of Gothenburg

OX2 Vind

(OX2 Construction)

Moderna Försäkringar

JSB Construction

Region Blekinge

Karlshamn Energi

Futurum Fastigheter i Örebro AB

Fastighets AB 3Hus

Pajala kommun

MMB i Båstad AB

Work highlights

  • Advised the City of Stockholm’s Development Administration on procurement and construction law issues attributable to a large number of split construction contracts, all relating to the reconstruction of Slussen in Stockholm.
  • Advised Vätternvatten AB on the preparation of procurement and contract documents.
  • Assisted Atrium Ljungberg with agreements concerning the Life City Project.

Sweden > Environment Tier 2

Foyen Advokatfirma‘s multidisciplinary environmental law team assists clients in the mining, infrastructure, heavy industry, and energy sectors, among others, with a broad range of issues, including permit applications, waste management projects, and Natura 2000 and species protection issues; the team also has notable experience in the forestry industry. Stockholm and Gothenburg-based Pia Pehrson, who has considerable experience in the mining, infrastructure and energy industries, leads the practice. Tomas Fjordevik, who was promoted to partner in January 2023, focuses on permit applications, with experience handling processes concerning airports, chemical production plants, wind farms, waste treatment facilities, and thermal power plants.

Practice head(s):

Pia Pehrson

Other key lawyers:

Tomas Fjordevik; Michelle Jansson


‘The team is always thorough in their advice and practice, leaving no loose ends.’

‘Tomas Fjordevik is very experienced and skillful in environmental law matters. He is very responsive and understand the needs of clients, providing very good legal advice relevant to the situation.’ 

‘Michelle Jansson is very dedicated and easy to work with.’

‘The team has great commitment to tasks, broad knowledge of environmental issues, and extensive experience.’ 

‘You know that you will always get an excellent result back from each individual.’

‘A dedicated and skilled team made up of very nice people who are available and responsive to the needs of the client.’

Key clients

Ellevio (former Fortum Distribution)

Nordion Energi (Swedegas/Weum)

Södra Skogsägarna

Skellefteå Kraft

SR Energy and the Stena companies


Mandalay Resources

Dragon Mining

Metso Outotec

Tertiary Minerals

Equinor (Statoil)


Övik Energi Nät AB



Eolus Vind AB

Work highlights

  • Advising RWE Renewable (Sweden) on its permit applications under the Environmental Code, Continental Shelf Act and the Swedish Exclusive Economic Zone Act for two offshore wind farms in the waters south of Sweden, especially the project Södra Victoria at Södra Midsjöbanken including 100 wind turbines.
  • Representing LKAB in a permit process under Chapters 9 and 11 of the Environmental Code in a matter regarding a circular industrial park which comprises, among other things, several chemical industries (IED and Seveso plants) and several water industry operations.
  • Advising Eolus on the process of a new investment for an offshore wind power project with the construction of up to 70 wind turbines in Hanöbukten within the municipalities of Sölvesborg and Karlshamn.

Sweden > Public procurement Tier 3

Foyen Advokatfirma has a long-standing reputation for handling public procurement work for public sector clients, particularly in technology-intensive and technical industries. Christoffer Löfquist in Malmö, who has particular expertise in procurement matters in the construction industry, leads the team alongside Stockholm-based John Hane, who specialises in large infrastructure projects. Senior associate Ann Garmland assists contracting authorities and entities with all stages of the procurement process.

Practice head(s):

Christoffer Löfquist; John Hane

Other key lawyers:


The team is easy to contact and works efficiently.’ 

Key clients



Stockholm Exergi AB

Bravida Sverige AB

Swedish Transport Administration

Atrium Ljungberg AB

Sweco AB

Ports of Stockholm

Lunds Kommun

Ports of Gothenburg

City of Gothenburg

OX2 Vind

Moderna Försäkringar

JSB Construction

Region Blekinge

Sundsvalls elnät

AB Stora Tunabyggen

Nacka kommun

Assemblin Sweden AB

Södertörns fjärrvärme

Gagnefs kommun

Luleå kommun

Stockholms Stads Exploateringskontor

Region Gotland

Region Kronoberg

Region Norrbotten

Skellefteå kommun

Kommunalförbundet Norrvatten


Västerviks Bostadsbolag AB

Futurum Fastigheter i Örebro

Sörmland Vatten och Avfall AB

KKB Fastigheter AB

Högskolan Dalarna

Burlövs Kommun

Work highlights

  • Provided strategic advice to a municipal association that operates a waste treatment plant.

Sweden > Real estate Tier 3

Foyen Advokatfirma‘s practice offers comprehensive real estate expertise, with the team handling the full spectrum of transactional, leasing, and contentious matters. The group has recognised strength in the residential, office, and retail sectors, however the department is also well regarded for its work in the defence sector, with the team acting as counsel to the Swedish Fortifications Agency on a number of key property acquisitions. Henrik Ståhlberg, who handles real estate transactions and development projects, co-leads the team with Rickard Zamuhl, who is well versed in handling real estate disputes. Senior associate Madeleine Jönsson is a key contact for real estate transactions and commercial tenancy issues.

Practice head(s):

Henrik Ståhlberg; Rickard Zamuhl

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Atrium Ljungberg




John Mattson Fastigheter

Micasa Fastigheter

PEAB Bostad AB

Svenska Staten / Fortifikationsverket

Resinova Bostad

Stockholms Hem

Work highlights

  • Advised Swedish Fortifications Agency on three property transactions with a total value of approximately SEK3bn.
  • Assisted Resinova with four transactions regarding residential properties in different stages of completion, for a total value of approximately SEK 3bn.

Sweden > Dispute resolution Tier 4

Foyen Advokatfirma’s sizeable dispute resolution practice offers its varied expertise to multinational corporations, state-owned enterprises, banks, public authorities, industrial and real estate companies, and municipalities. The team recently represented the Swedish Armed Forces in relation to a high-profile dispute concerning alleged environmental pollution in the form of contaminated groundwater. Jonas Nilsson and Dan Johansson lead the Gothenburg-based department.

Practice head(s):

Jonas Nilsson; Dan Johansson

Other key lawyers:

Per Vestman; Ida Ulfsdotter


‘A well-adapted team with skill, experience and efficiency. They give quick and precise answers, as well as integrity in their knowledge and advice.’

‘Per Vestman and Ida Ulfsdotter are both very calm but competent lawyers. It feels like nothing can stress them and they always find a way to solve a problem.’

‘A team of very professional and talented lawyers that are easy to collaborate with in every aspect. They are always available and easy to connect with in a personal way.’

Key clients

The Swedish Armed Forces

Swedavia AB

Merx Team AB

Swedish Transport Administration

City of Stockholm

City of Gothenburg

Länsförsäkringar Bank AB

JSB Construction AB

Ports of Stockholm (Stockholms Hamn AB)

Atrium Ljungberg AB

Region Blekinge

Ports of Gotland

Kiruna Municipality

Vaxholms kommun

Tekniska verken i Kiruna AB

Örebro Municipality


Work highlights

  • Represented the Swedish Armed Forces, accused of contaminating groundwater during fire drills. The disputed amount is SEK252m.
  • Represented Länsförsäkringar Bank in a complex real estate dispute.
  • Represented Ports of Stockholm in a construction dispute against a contractor regarding a major harbour construction. The disputed amount is SEK317m.

The firm: Foyen is a commercial law firm which was founded in 1987. Ever since foundation the firm has carved out three basic principles that define how it works: industry focus, an understanding of business, and outstanding expertise in the relevant areas of the law. To ensure that it keeps promises in the respective areas, Foyen has assembled specialists in industry-specific teams. In these teams, the firm systematically builds knowledge and insight, partly through on-the-job experience, and partly through continuous training – both internal and external.

The firm’s primary practice areas are the construction and real estate industry, technology-intensive industry, mining and forestry, public transactions, the energy sector, the environmental sector, IT law, and cross-industry business law. Clients include both foreign and Swedish companies and organisations, from all areas of the private and public sectors.

Today, the firm is present in Sweden and Norway, with about 85 lawyers in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Falun, central Sweden, and another 85 in Oslo. Consequently, the firm can deliver business-centric legal solutions in these respective markets, but can also support assignments that involve both countries.

Areas of practice: Foyen has extensive experience of the building and construction sectors’ variety of standard contracts as well as court action. The team prepares and negotiates project-specific contractor/consultant agreement and partnership review working condition requirements and joint ventures between bidding contractors. It works both actively with dispute resolution and dispute avoidance by acting as a sounding board throughout the building process with compliance assessments, time plan extensions etc.

The firm is very familiar with managing small and large projects from start to finish within real estate transactions, financing, tenancy law and operating and service agreements with clients from all over Sweden. It also knows building permits, planning issues and real estate investment.

Foyen provides assistance for the public sector and works with procurement on a daily basis, in everything from strategic issues and preparation of tender documents to major infrastructure projects in construction and maintenance and basic services. The team has extensive experience of defining new tenders, advice about on-going procurement process or evaluation, hearings with suppliers and drafting of a distribution notice.

The firm’s IT lawyers has many years’ experience of working with all types of high-technology companies, intellectual property rights and data integrity and assists clients in connection with both new business contracts as well as judicial proceedings and arbitration. The firm also assists private and public bodies with reviews and advice with respect to the important area of personal data processing.

Over the years Foyen have worked in all the main areas of the energy sector. It assists clients in issues related to environmental regulatory permit processes, procurement and cost estimate specifications and consultant responsibility. The firm has put together a specific industry team, with legal experts who together can offer a virtually unrivalled combination of experience and legal expertise in the energy sector.

Within the industry, mining and forestry sector, Foyen often assists throughout the entire project chain, for example: land access, financing, agreements, joint ventures and various types of permits connected to both mineral and environmental legislation. The firm also actively contributes to a number of industry organisations, and for all intents and purposes it has become an integral part of the sector.

Foyen works with contract negotiations, mergers and acquisitions, refinancing, insolvency issues and commercial disputes on a daily basis. Other common assignments concern licensing and distribution agreements, as well as employment law.

Department Name Email Telephone
Banking and finance/ capital markets Peter Dyer
Banking and finance/ capital markets Tomas Rudenstam
Banking and finance/ capital markets Jonas Conradsson
Competition and EU law/ public procurement John Hane
Construction Eva Westberg Persson
Construction John Hane
Construction Marcus Eidem
Construction Per Vestman
Corporate and commercial Jonas Nilsson
Corporate and commercial Jacob Hamilton
Corporate and commercial Peter Dyer
Corporate and commercial Andreas Lindström
Corporate and commercial Tomas Rudenstam
Corporate and commercial Jonas Conradsson
Dispute resolution Jonas Nilsson
Dispute resolution John Hane
Dispute resolution Jacob Hamilton
Energy and environment Pia Pehrson
Energy and environment Mikael Westin
Energy and environment Jacob Hamilton
Energy and environment Andreas Lindström
IT and telecoms Peter Dyer
IT and telecoms Jonas Nilsson
IT and telecoms Andreas Lindström
IT and telecoms Tomas Rudenstam
Insolvency Björn Backman
Intellectual property and media Peter Dyer
Intellectual property and media Jonas Nilsson
Mergers and acquisitions Peter Dyer
Mergers and acquisitions Jonas Nilsson
Mergers and acquisitions Andreas Lindström
Mergers and acquisitions Tomas Rudenstam
Mergers and acquisitions Jonas Conradsson
Real estate Henrik Ståhlberg
Real estate Jonas Nilsson
Real estate Eva Westberg Persson
Real estate Pia Pehrson
Real estate Rickard Zamuhl
Photo Name Position Profile
Jonas Conradsson photo Jonas Conradsson Partner.
Peter Dyer photo Peter Dyer Partner
Marcus Eidem photo Marcus Eidem Partner.
Jacob Hamilton photo Jacob Hamilton Partner.
John Hane photo John Hane Partner and Chairman of the Board of Foyen.
Andreas Lindström photo Andreas Lindström Partner and board member at Foyen.
Jonas Nilsson photo Jonas Nilsson Partner, board member at Foyen and head of the firm’s Commercial law…
Pia Pehrson photo Pia Pehrson Partner and head of the firm’s Environmental Group.
Tomas Rudenstam photo Tomas Rudenstam Partner
Henrik Ståhlberg photo Henrik Ståhlberg Partner and head of the firm’s Real estate Group.
Oscar Wackling photo Oscar Wackling Partner.
Eva Westberg Persson photo Eva Westberg Persson Partner and head of the firm’s Construction Group.
Rickard Zamuhl photo Rickard Zamuhl Partner and board member at Foyen
Number of lawyers : 75
Other offices : Göteborg
Other offices : Falun
Other offices : Malmö

Foyen successfully represents client before the Supreme Court

16th of June 2020 Partner Jonas Nilsson and associate Johanna Lenell have successfully represented one of Foyen's clients before the Supreme Court of Sweden. The judgment was handed down today, Tuesday 16 June. A major construction and contracting company was seeking almost SEK 10 million in compensation for personal liability under the Companies Act when the case was filed in the courts. The question which the Supreme Court has now considered is when in time liability for litigation costs arises. The Supreme Court agreed with the position advocated by us that an obligation to pay litigation costs arises on a continual basis as the costs are incurred and not when the judgment is issued. Given the outcome in the Supreme Court, the earlier holding by the Court of Appeal for Western Sweden remains in force and our client is only ordered to pay SEK 50,000 to the opposing party in respect of a minor issue in the case, while our client has their litigation costs compensated by the other party. For more information contact: Jonas Nilsson, Partner +46 708-25 78 79,

Foyen authors new book on Construction Partnering

Photo:“The Construction Partnering Book” - cover and author John Hane, the chairman of Foyen’s Board of Directors.
Construction and engineering projects involve major investments and significant time and costs pressure, not seldom resulting in quality problems in the final results. Over the past 20 years, interest has grown notably in Sweden for alternative models for carrying out construction projects. One such model involves a higher level of cooperation or “partnering”.

Foyen has advised Mandalay Resources in 65 million USD credit agreement

26 March, 2020

Foyen recruits CFO from Maersk Group Company, Svitzer

19 March, 2020

Foyen recruits a top name within real estate

5 March, 2020

Urban development of Gamlestaden (the Old Town) – Foyen has successfully represented the City of G

6 February, 2020

Maria Wallenborg Ekdahl new CEO of Foyen

Maria Wallenborg Ekdahl will take over as the CEO of Foyen from 2 April 2020. Maria comes most recently from her role as Chief Financial Officer at AG Advokat and has 13 years’ experience within the legal profession. The recruitment is part of Foyen’s development to become Sweden's largest commercial law firm within project and technology related law.

Foyen assists Stena Renewable in an investment in the largest wind farm in southern Sweden to date

31 January, 2020

Foyen advises Sollentuna Stadshus in sale to John Mattson

20th of December 2019

Foyen advises Coop Värmland in sale to Riksbyggen

12th of December 2019

Foyen assists JSB with a 10-year framework agreement with Rikshem

21 November, 2019

Foyen has assisted in the sale of IGDB (Internet Game Database)

16 October, 2019

Foyen – member of the BIM Alliance

17 October, 2019

Foyen recruits construction specialist

Foyen Advokatfirma has recruited senior associate Fatoma Hafström fromSkanska Sverige AB. Fatoma joins Foyen's Construction business sector, writesFoyen in a press release

Foyen in Getting the Deal Through Mining 2018

Getting the Deal Through is a publication covering 75 business areas and containing information and analysis related to more than 150 jurisdictions. Many of the world’s leading lawyers and law firms have cooperated on Getting the Deal Through with the aim of compiling a unique information resource. The various sections in the publications have been authored by experts within the relevant subject area and jurisdiction.

We assist our clients with a number of mining related issues such as land access and permit handling. We also have extensive experience in joint ventures, project finance, acquisitions, contracting and procurement.

Foyen is the proud co-author of the global legal guide to mining, Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2018. The guide provides a quick overview of mining legislation in 28 countries.  The section on the Swedish mining industry has been written by partners Pia Pehrson and Peter Dyer.
Foyen also contributes to the section Getting the Deal Through Construction 2018 and Project Finance 2018 >>

Accreditation: Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2018 (Published: July 2018). For further information please visit

Foyen assist NetNordic in acquisition of Efftel

13 April, 2018

Foyen has assisted NetNordic in its acquisition of 100% of the shares in Efftel AB, including its subsidiary Efftel Solutions AB. Efftel delivers cloud based telephony and communication services to Swedish businesses. Efftel has 12 employees and revenues of ca. SEK 20 million.

Foyen has assisted Stena Renewable with procurement of 19 new wind turbines

15 March, 2018

Stena Renewable AB builds 16 wind turbines in the Kronoberget wind power farm and three wind turbines at Vindpark Saxberget. The new capacity adds on to Stena Renewable’s existing 17 wind turbines in operation at Saxberget.

Foyen recruits corporate counsel with cutting-edge expertise in energy law

20 February, 2018

Foyen Advokatfirma has recruited corporate counsel Johan Bogren from E.ON. Johan joins the firm’s Construction; Energy, Land and Environment; and Commercial Law practice groups.

Foyen recruits public sector specialist

14 February, 2018

Foyen Advokatfirma has recruited general counsel Ulrika Hedberg from Trelleborg Municipality. Ulrika is a member of the law firm’s Public Sector, Construction and Real Estate business areas, writes Foyen in a press release.

Foyen authors updates on construction law and project financing

Getting the Deal Through is an international publication covering 75 business areas linked to more than 150 jurisdictions and collaborating with many of the world's leading law firms. The different sections are written by experts in each area, and we at Foyen are proud to represent Sweden with our latest contributions regarding the construction law and project financing areas in Construction 2018 and Project Finance 2018.

Foyen has assisted OX2 in another wind power transaction

12 January, 2018

The renewable energy company OX2 has executed a sale and purchase agreement with Fontavis, a Swiss asset manager specialising in renewable energy and infrastructure investments.  The agreement is for 33 MW from the Orrberget wind power farm, with nine wind power turbines, which will be constructed in the Municipality of Ludvika.

Foyen has assisted OX2 in multi billion sek windpower transaction

20 December, 2017

The renewable energy company OX2 has been awarded the contract to construct the 357 MW Valhalla wind power farm with 85 wind power plants in Sweden. It will be one of the largest land-based wind power farms in Europe. The customer for the project is Aquila Capital.

Foyen appoints three new partners

12 December, 2017

Foyen continues to grow and, on the path to our goal of becoming Sweden’s largest business law firm in project and technology-related law, Foyen has named three new partners. Christoffer Löfquist, Oscar Wackling and Richard Sahlberg who will become partners of the firm beginning on 1 January 2018.

Foyen assists Pegital in the acquisition of IT-Hantverkarna

15 December, 2017

Foyen has assisted Pegital in the acquisition of the services company, IT-Hantverkarna. Through the acquisition, Pegital expands its business operations to cover IT services for small and midsize companies. Pegital owns the accounting firm Fortner, the home services company HomeMaid, and Veteranpoolen. All of the just over 80 employees of IT-Hantverkarna will join Pegital.

Foyen has assisted Walerud Ventures and Almi Invest with investment in IoT company

7 November, 2017 

Walerud Ventures, together with Almi Invest, recently invested SEK 7.5 million in Ekkono Solutions.

Ekkono Solutions' business involves "machine learning" and linked objects, also known as the Internet of Things (IoT), with a focus on the manufacturing industry. Ekkono's solutions allow IoT products to learn and adapt, which results in production optimisation and minimisation of manual monitoring/service. 

Foyen in Getting the Deal Through Mining 2017

19 October, 2017

Foyen is the proud co-author of the global legal guide to mining, Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2017. The guide provides a quick overview of mining legislation in 28 countries.

Getting the Deal Through is a publication covering 75 business areas and containing information and analysis related to more than 150 jurisdictions. Many of the world’s leading lawyers and law firms have cooperated on Getting the Deal Through with the aim of compiling a unique information resource. The various sections in the publications have been authored by experts within the relevant subject area and jurisdiction.

Foyen has advised Mandalay Resources in 40 million USD credit agreement

4 October, 2017

Foyen has advised Canadian mining company Mandalay Resources Corporation in its negotiation of a 40 million USD revolving credit facility with HSBC Bank Canada. Mandalay, which is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, is the 100 % owner of the Bjorkdal gold mine in northern Sweden and the transaction has required a number of contracts regarding the Swedish business operation. Foyen’s team was led by partner Peter Dyer, assisted primarily by associate Elinor Pejryd.

Foyen represents Huge Fastigheter in the sale of nine public-use properties

22 September, 2017

Huge Fastigheter is selling nine public-use properties with public operations in Huddinge comprising a total lettable area of 8,750 m² and approximately SEK 16.8 million in rental income. The buyer is Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget (SBB), which shall take possession of the properties in the beginning of October 2017.

Foyen recruits another specialist in public procurement

 Press release 29th of August 2017

Foyen Law Firm has recruited procurement manager Johanna Hellström from Alingsås Municipality. Johanna joins the law firm's Public and Construction business sectors, writes Foyen in a press release.

Johanna comes most recently from Alingsås Municipality where she worked as a procurement manager for two and a half years in charge of the municipality's procurement activities and with personnel responsibility for five employees. As procurement manager, Johanna has had a role as a coordinator and strategist that involved decision support for the municipal leadership with respect to various legal issues and responsibility for training in procurement, both internally within the municipality and externally directed towards the business community.

Foyen recruits public procurement specialist

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.

Foyen has represented Åby Travsällskap in a trade fair centre and hotel joint venture project

30 June, 2017

Åby Travsällskap has entered into a joint venture with Klövern for the construction of a trade fair centre and hotel adjacent to the Åby Racetrack in Mölndal. The project value is approximately SEK 500 million and approximately 30,000 sq. m. of lettable space is involved.

Foyen assists Slussgården in the sale of a city property

16th of June, 2017 

Slussgården sells the property Lammet 17 located at Korgmakargränd 2-6, Bryggargatan 4 and Gamla Brogatan 13, a short distance from Drottninggatan and Kungsgatan. Slussgården acquired the property during the summer of 2014 from Fabege.

Foyen has assisted InnoEnergy with its investment in a large-scale battery production facility

9 June, 2017

InnoEnergy recently invested EUR 3.5 million in Northvolt AB in order to enable development of Europe’s first large-scale battery production facility.

Foyen represents Autoadapt AB in the acquisition of Martech

17 March, 2017

The Foyen Law Firm represented Autoadapt AB and its subsidiary Unwin in the acquisition of the Danish company, Martech, Kliplev A/S.

Foyen assisted OX2 on a wind power farm in Finland

17 March, 2017

The renewable energy company OX2 has been awarded a contract to build the 14.4 MW Ykspihlaja wind power farm with 4 wind power plants in Finland. The customer is Aquila Capital.

Drone law in five minutes

13 February, 2017

The Swedish Supreme Administrative Court has recently ruled that drones equipped with cameras are subject to the Swedish Camera Surveillance Act. This means that photographing with drones in public areas requires a permit from the county administrative board. The Swedish Supreme Administrative Court’s decision has given rise to lively debate. Set out below is an attempt to clarify some of the current issues related to flying drones.

Linnéa Djursén new CEO of Foyen

– the legal industry’s only law firm director who is not a member of the Swedish Bar Association 

17 January 2017

Linnéa Djursén took over as CEO of Foyen the 1st of January 2017. This makes Foyen the only major law firm in Sweden with a CEO who is not a member of the Swedish Bar Association. In addition, Linnéa Djursén is one of the few women executives in the industry. The goal is for Foyen to be the obvious choice for clients with technology-intensive businesses in need of legal expertise.

Foyen assists Schneider Electric in the sale of a property to Nyköping Municipality

13 January, 2017

Nyköping Municipality recently completed a strategic acquisition of a property of approximately 100,000 square meters in Arnö. The Technical Division in Nyköping Municipality will now be relocated to the property, which in turn will enable the construction of 200-300 centrally located Residences. The size of the property also allows for future relocation of other municipal activities and, consequently, among other things, the creation of additional new housing opportunities in central Nyköping. The property was conveyed by Schneider Electric for a purchase price of SEK 56 million.

Foyen assists with the sale of the Hemnet website for SEK 2 billion

12 January, 2017

General Atlantic and a consortium comprising investors Pierre Siri, Henrik Persson and investors involved in Merro, an investment company, are becoming the new owners of Hemnet. The amount of the sale is SEK 2 billion. The current owners, Mäklarsamfundet and Fastighetsmäklarförbundet, will retain minority interests in Hemnet. The previous owners, Fastighetsbyrån and Svensk Fastighetsförmedling, are selling all of their holdings in Hemnet.

Foyen recruits four business lawyers from Nyman Rudenstam

 – increasing focus on business law within the energy sector

5 December, 2016 

Foyen continues to enhance the firm’s offer of business law services through the recruitment of four lawyers from the Nyman Rudenstam Law Firm. With the recruitments, Foyen becomes an even stronger force in business law within the energy sector. At the end of the year, Tomas Rudenstam and Jonas Conradsson will join the firm as partners. At the same time, associates Yasmine Shoaie-nia and Elinor Pejryd from Nyman Rudenstam will also join the firm.

Time to break ranks

2 December, 2016  

The ranking of tenders in framework agreements for architectural and engineering and consultants is destroying the industry. The purchaser is the big loser. Now when the Public Procurement Act is being reformed, there is a possibility to engage consultants in a better way. John Hane hopes that purchasers make use of the opportunity.

Foyen assists OX2 regarding Högkölen wind farm

29 November, 2016

The renewable energy company OX2 has been awarded the construction contract for the Högkölen wind farm generating 65 MW (18 wind power turbines) in Ljusdal. The customer is Aquila Capital. Foyen Advokatfirma assisted OX2 in the negotiations regarding the turbine supply agreement and the service agreement. The partner in charge at Foyen was Jacob Hamilton.

Foyen advises Slussgården on acquisition of property from Skanska in Stockholm

22nd November 2016

The Foyen Law Firm represented Slussgården in its acquisition of Skanska’s Snäckan 8 office property in downtown Stockholm, where KPMG previously had its headquarters. Through the purchase, Slussgården increases its ownership by just over 23,500 square metres. The acquisition is conditional on a new zoning plan and building permits.

Foyen in Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2016

31 October, 2016

Getting the Deal Through is a publication covering 75 business areas and containing information and analyses related to more than 150 jurisdictions. Many of the world’s leading lawyers and law firms have cooperated on Getting the Deal Through with the aim of compiling a unique information resource. The various sections in the publications have been authored by experts within the relevant subject area and jurisdiction.