THE FT INNOVATIVE LAWYERS 2015: MAGNUSSON IS A GAME CHANGING LAW FIRM
The FT Innovative Lawyers Award celebrate the most innovative legal work in the region and recognise the game changing innovations of the last ten years. Both the FT Innovative Lawyers Report and Awards are based on thorough research and robust journalism.
It is another high profile recognition for Magnusson this year. In May 2015, the firm won the inaugural Legal Innovation Awards 2015 by Legal Week (International Innovation), while in March 2015, Magnusson scooped the MPF Award for Management Excellence in 2015 (Best managed international firm).
The FT Innovative Lawyers 2015 Awards Ceremony took place at the Natural History Museum in London on 1 October 2015.
MARTIN HIRVOJA AS AN EXPERT SPEAKER AT THE ST. PETERSBURG INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FORUM
Martin Hirvoja, attorney-at-law from Magnusson Tallinn Office, participated as an expert on the panel on How to Make Government Oversight Amiable yet Effective: Presentation of a New Draft Bill on State Control and Supervision of Russian Federation.read more
MAGNUSSON WARSAW ADVISES VASTINT ON SALE OF THREE OFFICE BUILDINGS IN WROCŁAW
Magnusson Warsaw represented Vastint Poland in the process of selling three office buildings being a part of Business Garden Wrocław. The property was purchased by the Philippine fund ISOC Group.read more
MAGNUSSON FINALISES ONE OF SWEDEN'S LARGEST REAL ESTATE LAWSUITS
The case concerned the termination of a site leasehold right concerning Berg's oil port located in Nacka. Oil depot activities have been conducted on the property since 1959. Nacka municipality has during the last twenty years planned to create a denser and more mixed urban development on western Sickla island, where the property is located.read more
MAGNUSSON WINS IN SWEDEN’S ENVIRONMENTAL COURT
Magnusson has successfully represented Varbergs Bostadsaktiebolag in the Environmental Court in a case concerning exemption from the prohibitions in the biotope protection provisions in the Environmental Code.read more