Wesslau Söderqvist

Wesslau Söderqvist provides services in most practice areas within business law including dispute resolution. The firm is organised in seven business areas: Capital Market, Corporate & Enterprise, Credit & Insolvency, Human Resources, Mergers & Acquisitions, Construction & Real Estate and Public Procurement.

The firm is the result of a merger by 1 July, 2016 between Hökerberg & Söderqvist and Gärde Wesslau. Wesslau Söderqvist has offices in Stockholm, Borås, Gothenburg, Jönköping, Helsingborg, Malmö and Umeå, and employs a total of approximately 100 persons.

Wesslau Söderqvist adopts a client-orientated approach where the specific objectives and analysis of the means required to achieve them takes centre stage. Our clients value our deep knowledge of the local market and the fact that we are specialists in our business areas; in our firm you will find some of the country’s leading experts within their fields. Our ability to share expertise across our various offices is also a factor that contributes to our success.

"The focus at Wesslau Söderqvist is in the customer and in creating distinct and hands-on added value for our clients. The objective is that the services provided shall form an integral part of the functions, systems and processes which the client uses to reach the business' commercial objectives."

Number of professionals: 70

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