Kristian Pedersen has published an article in HBV-magasinet, a magazine for Swedish public housing companies.
On May 15, Karin Angemark Öman joined Advokatfirman Kahn Pedersen as a Senior Specialist. Karin has almost 20 years’ experience of IT related law and commercial contracts from her work as in-house counsel at Nasdaq and Nordea.
“Karin will strengthen our Digital team with her extensive knowledge of IT related law from the banking and finance sector. Her years of experience as in-house counsel will bring additional knowledge and understanding of how Kahn Pedersen’s offer may be improved in order to add even more value for our clients. We are very pleased that Karin has chosen to join our team since it means that our highly specialized legal practice with senior and experience based lawyers will develop even further.” says Kristian Pedersen, partner and CEO at Kahn Pedersen.
Kahn Pedersen och SOI syd bjuder in till en tvådagarskonferens i kvalificerad upphandlingsrätt på Malmö Live. Mer information om konferensinnehåll och hur man anmäler sig hittar du på: http://www.trippus.net/sydsvenskupphandlingskonferens2019.
Sista anmälningsdag är den 4 juni men särskilda priser erbjuds SOI-medlemmar och den som anmäler sig senast den 30 april 2019.
On April 10th, the ranking institute Legal 500 published its rankings of European law firms. Kahn Pedersen is ranked in the highest category (Tier 1) within IT and Telecoms, with the following motivation:
“Strengths include excellent legal knowledge, outstanding execution capabilities and senior competence”.
The firm is also ranked high with in Public Procurement and is, among other things, praised for its ”accuracy and ability to use and display the opponent’s weakness”.
Johan Kahn as well as Kristian Pedersen are ranked as Leading Individuals within IT and Telecoms and Public Procurement respectively. Daniel Lundqvist is noted for his ”pragmatic way of solving problems and being innovative” and Erik Olsson is reported to be “helpful, convincing and persevering”. Martin Brinnen is held to be “the best-qualified data protection lawyer available in the Swedish market.” In addition Magnus Ehn and Fredrik Gustafsson are also ranked (the latter as a Next Generation Lawyer).
“We are of course particularly pleased that a majority of our senior lawyers are highly ranked. Our teams are in the top level of the Swedish market för highly specialized business law and it is clear that this is very much appreciated by our clients”, says Kristian Pedersen, Partner and CEO, Kahn Pedersen.
We have now released the sixth publication in our report series. This time we focus on questions regarding the concept of harm in public procurement review proceedings in the Swedish administrative Courts.
All of our reports may be freely downloaded (in Swedish) from our website.
Erik Olsson, Kristian Pedersen, Magnus Ehn, Olle Lindberg and Viktor Robertson have written an article published by Swedish European Law Review. The title of the article is ”Thoughts on harm in Public Procurement Law, part 3”
The ranking institute Chambers & Partners has now published this years’ ranking of legal advisors within “Information Technology”. Chambers writes the following about Kahn Pedersen “The quality of their advice, their negotiation skills and creativity makes the firm really stand out. We appreciate that we always have senior lawyers working on our matters. Their experience and efficiency makes their services very much worth the price”, and “They are spot-on for what we need in IT and are very responsive”.
Johan Kahn is again ranked on an individual basis in band 1, the highest category, as one of three Swedish lawyers and the editorial mentions “Receives all-round praise for his expertise in large IT outsourcing, software service agreements and data privacy matters. Clients appreciate his “business-mined approach” and to-the-point advice. One interviewee enthuses: “He is so skilled in negotiations that when we leave a meeting, everyone agrees on what he has said; we leave in a co-operative atmosphere”. Daniel Lundqvist receives the following praise “Market sources describe him as “very confident in his work.” Clients also say he is “very skilled and business-oriented, and is helpful on structure and tactics”.
The ranking institute Chambers & Partners has now published this years’ ranking of legal advisors within Public Procurement. Kahn Pedersen is ranked as one of only two firms in Band 1 with the following motivation: “Clients single the firm out for its procurement specialism, one noting the “senior level of advisers and high level of partner attention,” and another describing the team as “young and modern in feel but very knowledgeable in the procurement field.””
Kristian Pedersen is again ranked on an individual basis in Band 1 with the comment that “He sees the big picture and gives the key answers, even when you don’t necessarily know what you need.” Erik Olsson is ranked in band 3, and is described as “creative in how he looks at problems from different angles and understands what’s really crucial”.
Olle Lindberg has written an article published by the Swedish public procurement news site ”Inköpsrådet”. The topic is the tenderers economic and financial standing and the reliance on the capacities of other entities.