MAGNUSSON ADVISES TRANSDIGM GROUP INC ON SWEDISH AND NORWEGIAN ASPECTS OF ACQUISITION OF THE TELAIR CARGO GROUP
Telair is a global leader in aerospace on-board cargo loading and handling, restraint systems and unit load devices for a variety of commercial and military platforms with positions on a wide range of new and existing aircraft. The business consists of three major operating units, Telair International GmbH, Nordisk Aviation Products, and Telair US LLC.
TransDigm Group, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is a leading global designer, producer, and supplier of highly engineered aircraft components for use on nearly all commercial and military aircraft in service.
Magnusson’s team included Anders Bäckman (lead partner), Gustaf Leijonhufvud (Corporate, Finance), Naja Dannow (Corporate, Kluge in cooperation with Magnusson), Karolin Eklund (Corporate, Commercial), Jennie Thingwall (Corporate), Johan Molin (Dispute), Åsa Persson (IP/IT), and Mia Lagerqvist (Real Estate).
NEW SWEDISH ACT ON THE PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS
On 1 July 2018, the new Swedish Act on the Protection of Trade Secrets enters into force. It is based on an EU directive and follows the principles in the previous law, with some adjustments and adaptions. The government underlines that an overall purpose with the new law is the importance of securing competitiveness and improve the conditions for innovation and knowledge transfer.read more
MAGNUSSON WARSAW WELCOMES A NEW MEMBER TO ITS BANKING AND FINANCE PRACTICE
Magnusson Warsaw strengths its Banking and Finance Practice with the arrival of new advocate Paulina Kotecka.read more
MAGNUSSON SHORTLISTED BY PIE EUROPEAN PROPERTY INVESTOR AWARDS 2018
Renowned PIE (Property Investor Europe) Magazine shortlisted Magnusson in the category ”Law firm of the Year – Transactional”.read more
MAGNUSSON ADVISES WHEN GROW BECOMES A PART OF THE DIGITALIST GROUP
Magnusson has advised the owners of Grow in connection with Digitalist Group’s acquisition of Grow including its subsidiaries in Sweden, Finland and Norway.read more