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MAGNUSSON HIGHLY RANKED IN CHAMBERS GLOBAL 2015

2015-03-12

Magnusson has been highly ranked in the recently launched Chambers Global 2015.

Magnusson is ranked as one of the best law firms for Corporate/M&A in both Poland and Sweden.
 
Also, the following Magnusson’s attorneys are ranked as a leading lawyers in their respective fields:
 
Banking & Finance in Sweden: Björn Wendleby
Corporate/M&A in Denmark: Søren Brinkmann and Nikolaj Juhl Hansen
Corporate/M&A in Poland: Andrzej Tokaj and Artur Swirtun
Corporate/M&A in Russia: Nickolaj Johansson
Corporate/M&A in Sweden: Anders Bäckman, Jonas Bergquist, Artur Swirtun, and Nickolaj Johansson
 
Chambers & Partners recommends the world’s best lawyers. Their 150-strong full-time research team personally interview clients all year round. This team is unique – the largest and most experienced multi-lingual legal research team in the world.  Chambers Global guide is published annually and covers over 190 countries across the world. It ranks leading law firm networks around the world, by region and practice area.

 

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