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Trademark Protection for Medical Practices and Hospitals

Trademark Protection for Medical Practices and Hospitals

University hospitals, hospitals, and medical practitioners in community practices are increasingly concerned with their own placement in the market. If they want to act economically, it is necessary to sell not only the necessary medical care, but also additional offerings, which are often common in wellness treatment centers. Hospitals, medical ... Read More »

Claiming compensation from your director (under the articles of association) who is residing abroad? Know which court to go to

Claiming compensation from your director (under the articles of association) who is residing abroad? Know which court to go to

It is well-known that legal proceedings are not constrained by national borders. It is for that reason that within the European Union there are two regulations setting out which court has jurisdiction within the EU in particular cross-border proceedings. In respect of all legal claims brought before 10 January 2015, ... Read More »

Sustainable Development in the Swedish Financial Market

Sustainable Development in the Swedish Financial Market

In the last couple of years, development of a sustainable society and environment has become increasingly important within the financial market. For example, such development includes avoiding investments in fossil fuels and instead focusing on sustainable alternatives. In 2015 European politics discussed and drew up new goals on the subject, ... Read More »

Information Regarding Active and Passive Activity in Swedish Fund Management

Information Regarding Active and Passive Activity in Swedish Fund Management

The fund market consists of both active and passive managed funds (UCITS and AIFs) available for purchase. Simplified, active management involves an individual manager, co-managers, or a team of managers managing the funds by investing the means of the fund in different financial instruments. A passively managed fund is an ... Read More »

Following long debates: the government enacts the law promoting transparency in remuneration structures

Following long debates: the government enacts the law promoting transparency in remuneration structures

Following the introduction of the statutory minimum wage (01/01/2015), the additional parental benefits (01/01/2015) and the gender balance for management positions (01/01/2016), which also serve to reduce the differences in remuneration between women and men, it is now the intention that an act promoting transparency in remuneration structures (EntgTranspG) will ... Read More »

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