Setterwalls is one of Sweden’s leading full-service business law firms, as well as Sweden’s oldest firm, servicing clients from its three offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmoe. Being a commercial full-service practice, for 140 years Setterwalls have been the choice in Sweden for leading companies and financial institutions across the world for a diverse range of complex legal and business matters.
By combining our legal expertise with extensive knowledge of numerous sectors, Setterwalls attracts clients within a wide range of sectors, from biotech entrepreneurs, clean tech and media companies to private equity firms, game developers and real estate funds — including many of Sweden’s, and the world’s, leading companies, banks and other financial institutions and government agencies.
Setterwalls’ philosophy from the start has been to achieve a commercial understanding of our client’s objectives and provide fast and efficient solutions.
Setterwalls continues to be recognized as one of Sweden's most innovative law firms. Our growth and position among the top law firms in Sweden comes from our proven ability to find the best solutions in the areas where our clients’ business meets the law.
Setterwalls offer clients a complete range of services, working hard to put together cross-practice teams carefully tailored to achieve their business goals. With offices in Sweden’s major business centers and strong relations across the globe, the firm can offer a high level of support whenever and wherever our clients do business.
"Quick turnaround, appropriate advice and reasonable pricing." - Legal500
"Great energy, focus and partner attention." - Chambers & Partners
"The lawyers understand our commercial aims and enable transactions to run smoothly." - Chambers & Partners
"Very customer-oriented and provides a strong team." - Chambers Europe
"Very detail-driven and conscientious." - Chambers Europe
Volvo Cars, Tata Group, Wallenius Lines, FSN Capital, Recipharm, SEB Private Equity, Priveq, Bulten.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
Are you in a situation where you are unable to perform under an agreement due to reasons beyond your control? Or is your customer or supplier claiming that they are not able to perform their contractual obligations due to a force majeure event? Now you can take note of our advice in the general checklists we compiled on the links below.
In the wake of the Corona outbreak in China, there is a lot of discussion if force majeure can be invoked. In order to limit the infection, restrictions have been imposed both by authorities and with voluntary commitments by companies. But what happens – and what can you do - when your entire value chain is affected by wholly or partly non-delivery of goods or services?