CELIA Alliance welcomes Swedish Member Firm Setterwalls
The CELIA Alliance’s expansion in the Nordic region continues with the addition of a new member firm, Setterwalls, in Sweden with effect from 1 July 2015.
The addition of coverage in Sweden to other member firms in Denmark, and Norway means that the CELIA Alliance offer a wide-ranging service catering for the employment needs of global employers in the Nordic region, as well as across 16 countries in Europe.
Setterwalls is one of Sweden’s leading law firms with offices in the three largest cities in Sweden – Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö. Setterwalls advises both domestic and international companies on the full range of tax advice, on tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions of companies or restructuring, and on employment issues, including restructurings, employment contracts and contentious matters, with specific expertise in European works councils and discrimination claims. Setterwalls is proud to count leading Swedish and foreign companies such as Almi, Quadracom, Fiat, Komplett, Soda Stream, Bilfinger Berger amongst their clients.
They are described in the Legal 500 2015 as an "excellent" practice, and in Chambers 2015 clients “appreciate the level of support from the team and team-leaders”.
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