Firm Profile > A1 Advokater > Stockholm , Sweden
A1 Advokater Offices
RIDDARGATAN 13 A
STOCKHOLM 114 51
A1 Advokater > The Legal 500 Rankings
Dispute resolution Tier 4
Boutique law firm A1 Advokater has an 'extremely high level of knowledge in legal matters, especially legal disputes across civil courts and arbitrations' and has experience in a variety of business sectors; the group recently acted as counsel to KPMG in the high-profile HQ Bank litigation. Torgny Wetterberg has a 'brilliant legal mind', Thomas Tendorf is 'a lawyer you do not want to meet on the opposite side', Kristoffer Ribbing is 'highly skilled' and Tomas Pleiner 'gets right to the point'.
A1 Advokater > Firm Profile
The firm was set up in 2010 upon initiative by Torgny Wetterberg together with the present partners Thomas Tendorf and Kristoffer Ribbing together with some other lawyers now retired or not any longer active in the market place.
Areas of practice
A1 Advokater is a boutique law firm specialising in commercial dispute resolution.
A1 Advokater is often engaged to act in large high-profile disputes.
A1 Advokater also carry out investigations of various kinds and act as strategic advisers on risk and crisis management.
The lawyers at A1 Advokater are engaged as counsel in litigation and arbitration. Several of the lawyers serve as arbitrators which also gives the firm valuable experience in evaluating disputes.
The team of lawyers has very extensive experience across a broad range of sectors such as banking & finance, energy, engineering, construction and infrastructure projects, nuclear power, retail and manufacturing, real estate, defence, insurance, IT/telecom, pharmaceuticals, media and entertainment and transport.
Some of the lawyers provide legal and business advice on a wide range of national and international commercial issues and are regularly retained by Swedish and international companies. Several of the lawyers have experience as in-house lawyers for major international corporations. Legal and business advice work frequently involves contracts for the manufacture, purchase and supply of industrial facilities, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and restructuring, distribution, agency and licensing agreements.
Legal and business advice also involves Swedish and foreign companies on company law, including start-ups, capital acquisition and shareholders’ meetings.
|Commercial, corporate and M&A||Bertil Brinck|
|Commercial, corporate and M&A||Peter Vennerstrand|