Natalie Bäck works with domestic and cross-border private M&A where she represents different types of clients – from young start-ups to publicly listed company groups – within different sectors. She has broad experience within the field of commercial contracts and corporate law. Furthermore, she advises clients on licensing and regulatory issues in the financial services sector, especially relating to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).
Mergers & Acquisitions
Advokatfirman Vinge 2013–2018
The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg, Master of Laws Programme, LL. M., 2013
Daniel Ericsson provides legal advice to companies within the Real Estate and Construction sectors. He possesses solid knowledge of business and considerable experience within first and foremost Construction and projects, Commercial rental law and leaseholds, Land parcelling, Planning & building issues and Compulsory acquisitions.
Advokatfirman Vinge 1999-2016, partner 2008-2016
Service at Swedish Courts 1998-1999
Ulf Käll specializes in tax- and customs law as well as public procurement law. He has a wide experience court proceedings in cases before Swedish courts as well as before the European Commission and the EU courts in his fields of expertise.
Within his tax practice, Ulf Käll works with several companies in the real estate and construction industry and provides advices related to building and re-building of properties and sales of properties.
During 2001-2003 Ulf Käll worked at Vinge’s Shanghai office. With his experience from China, he has a good understanding of Chinese culture and business.
Customs & International Trade
Advokatfirman Vinge 2000-2016, partner 2008-2016
Service at Administrative Court of Appeal 1999-2000
Service at County Administrative Court 1997-1999
Gothenburg University, LL M, 1996
Taxation of Foreign Investments in China, Skattenytt Nr. 12 2002
Competitive Dialogue, Offentliga Affärer Nr. 1 2007
In 2008 Ulf Käll was awarded with the distinction “the key to the heart of Gothenburg” with the following motivation: ”For having contributed to sustainable economic growth, a higher level of employment and a diversified economy. For being committed, professional, always available, and always solving any problems, in other words someone who gives that little extra.”
Jonas Rosengren specialises in international dispute resolution and commercial transactions across a many different business and industry sectors, with a particular emphasis on shipping, transport, construction and energy. He acts as counsel in court proceedings and has argued several cases before the Supreme Court. He also acts as counsel and arbitrator in Swedish and international arbitration proceedings. He is ranked as one of Sweden’s leading lawyers within shipping and transport by Chambers & Partners Europe and Legal 500.
Maritime & Offshore
Vinge 2000-2016, partner 2008-2016
Sinclair Roche & Temperley, London 2000
Vinge London 1999-2000
Court clerk at Gothenburg District Court 1997-1998
Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, DipICArb, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, 2009
London School of Economics, LL M International Business Law, 1999
Göteborg University, LL M 1997
Scandinavian Institute of Maritime law, University of Oslo, 1996
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London (FCIArb)
Board member of the Swedish Maritime Law Association
Guest lecturer in Swedish and English contract law at Gothenburg University
Karnov, Commentary to the Swedish Maritime Code, 2015-
Contract Interpretation in International Arbitration, Journal of International Arbitration, 2013, 1-16.
Counsel Ethics in International Arbitration, InfoTorg Juridik (May 2015, with Silvia Dahlberg)
Developments in International Arbitration Rules, InfoTorg Juridik (December 2014, with Silvia Dahlberg)
Co-editor Nordic Maritime Cases Law Reports, (Nordiske Domme, ND)
“Jonas Rosengren … focuses his practice on dispute resolution and is known as a “genius” and “very good lawyer who is very bright and talented.” He has a broad shipping practice covering both wet and dry matters and is also well versed in working on loss of goods and damages claims.” – Chambers Europe 2017
“Jonas Rosengren is the head of department and is an outstanding practitioner for both wet and dry shipping law, focusing primarily on international dispute resolution and international arbitration. Sources call him ’the expert in Sweden for limitation of liability,’ while clients appreciate him as ’a very skilled, very clever lawyer who is very friendly and pleasant.’“- Chambers Europe 2016
“Jonas Rosengren is described by sources as ’one of the sharpest shipping minds in the market.’ He is an expert on contentious and contractual matters arising in the shipping and transport industries.” – Chambers Europe 2015
Raoul Svensson has for more than 30 years provided companies and their owners with legal advice, predominantly in tax and company law. He is mostly concerned with assistance in connection with restructuring, generation change issues and tax litigation. Furthermore Raoul Svensson is appointed as member of the board in several companies.
Partner, Advokatfirman Vinge 1990-2016
Partner, Vinge Grosskopf Tax Consultants 1988-1990
Första Sparbanken 1988
HBH Consultants 1985-1988
Swedish Tax Agency 1981-1985
Gothenburg University, LL M, 1992
Master of Tax Law, Gothenburg School of Economics 1987
Master of Science in business and public law, Gothenburg University 1981
During his entire career Thomas Wetterlundh has specialized in dispute resolution. He has successfully acted as counsel in numerous commercial disputes. Thomas Wetterlundh frequently serves as arbitrator and has vast experience of both national and international disputes.
Service at Swedish courts 1989 – 1995
Service in the Government Offices 1996 - 1999
Advokatfirman Vinge, 2000-2016, partner 2008-2016