Pia Pehrson > Foyen Advokatfirma > Stockholm, Sweden > Lawyer Profile

Foyen Advokatfirma
REGERINGSGATAN 52
PO BOX 7229
103 89 STOCKHOLM
Sweden

Work Department

Industry, mining and forestry, Energy, land and environment, Real estate

Position

Partner and head of the firm’s Environmental Group.

Career

2004- Foyen Advokatfirma, partner since 2009.
1999, 2002–2004, Counsel for SwedPower AB, a subsidiary of Vattenfall.
2000–2001, Clerk at Malmö District Court, Court of Appeal.

Languages

Swedish, English, Finnish, Bulgarian, German.

Memberships

Swedish Bar Association, since 2006.

Education

1999, Uppsala University (LL.M.)

Lawyer Rankings

Sweden > Energy

(Leading individuals)

Pia PehrsonFoyen Advokatfirma

Foyen Advokatfirma’s leading energy team counts high-profile domestic and international names in the renewable energy (particularly onshore and offshore wind power), natural gas, electricity and biogas industries on its client roster. Key names include group co-heads Pia Pehrson and Andreas Lindström, and Jacob Hamilton, who bring notable in-house expertise to licensing and concession mandates, negotiations with property owners and NGOs, turbine procurements and infrastructure and energy-trading agreements. Senior associate Caterina Carreman assists clients with planning permit application processes. The practice also collaborates with the corporate department to handle financing and M&A transactions in the energy sector; it recently advised on investments into battery production facilities.

Sweden > Environment

Foyen Advokatfirma’s energy practice has a strong list of international mining clients, which practice head Pia Pehrson and senior associate Caterina Carreman advise on early stage impact assessments, due diligence investigations, planning and exploitation negotiations, and all other aspects of the permit negotiation process. The team provides continual support on regulatory developments pertaining to water laws and environmental impact assessments. Recent contentious mandates include acting in permit disputes before the Land and Environment Court of Appeal.