Lindmark Welinder is an international business law firm based in Lund, Sweden. Our diverse client base ranges from small-scale enterprises to important players on the stock exchange. Business operations run by local governments also look to us for advice on legal matters. We provide a wide range of services in all corporate law, general commercial law and commercial litigation.
For more than twenty years, our firm has amassed a wealth of experience in a range of legal matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements and contracts, commercial disputes, sales of companies, public procurement (particularly from the purchaser’s viewpoint), competition law, corporate law, stock-exchange law, foundations and associations that conduct business operations, turnkey arrangements and other major contract-work projects, product liability and legal risk management, commercial damages and insurance law, environmental legislation, employment legislation, real-property law, business-related administrative law and public law, and matters relating to intellectual property. We’re also thoroughly familiar with the legislation that becomes relevant whenever a foreign company wants to conduct sales and distribution and/or set up its business in Sweden.
We regularly serve clients in the following lines of business: subcontractors, commerce, foodstuffs, medical technology, research and development, the environment, recycling, district heating, real estate, public transport, public-sector activities, and churches and religious communities.
Our firm has never sought to be one of the biggest law offices, but we do wish to be one of the best. We provide clients with tailor-made legal solutions. Client benefit, knowledge, integrity, professionalism, long-term thinking, commitment, accessibility, ethics and empathy are the most important guiding principles in everything we do.
Ally Law Celebrates 30 Years!
Ally Law celebrated three decades providing comprehensive legal services to corporate, individual and governmental clients during the opening session of its two-week Super Conference 2020.