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MAGNUSSON SCORES WELL IN CHAMBERS GLOBAL 2017

2017-03-22

Magnusson again improved its ranking results in Chambers Global through a new listing in Sweden for partner Paulo Fohlin, an upgrade in the ranking for partner Jonas Bergquist (also in Sweden), and adding the ranked partner Marek Król to the list of Magnusson’s lawyers in Poland, in the newly released 2017 edition of the guide.

Magnusson is again ranked as one of the best law firms for Corporate/M&A both in Poland and Sweden, and the following Magnusson’s attorneys are recommended as leading lawyers in their respective fields:

  • China – Dispute Resolution: Paulo Fohlin;
  • Denmark – Corporate/M&A: Nikolaj Juhl Hansen;
  • Poland – Banking & Finance: Marek Król;
  • Poland – Corporate/M&A: Andrzej Tokaj and Artur Swirtun;
  • Sweden – Corporate/M&A: Anders Bäckman, Jonas Bergquist, and Artur Swirtun; and
  • Sweden – Dispute Resolution: Paulo Fohlin.

The full ranking is available at: http://www.chambersandpartners.com/guide/global/2

Chambers & Partners recommends the world’s best lawyers. Their 150-strong full-time research team personally interview clients all year round. Chambers Global guide is published annually and covers over 190 countries across the world. It ranks leading law firm networks around the world, by region and practice area.

 

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