New lawyer at Kahn Pedersen

As of 18 May Associate Viktor Robertson has joined Kahn Pedersen. Viktor joins Kahn Pedersen from the Stockholm Administrative Court.

New publication from Kahn Pedersen

We have now released the fifth publication in our report series. This time we focus on questions regarding auditing of GDPR. We describe the auditing process by the Swedish Data Protection Authority among other things. Our aim with the report is to provide practical consulting regard matters of how to best prepare for a possible supervision. The publication is relevant for both private and public actors.

All of our reports may be freely downloaded (in Swedish) from our website.

GDPR and Public Procurement

Kahn Pedersen has published a guide to GDPR and Public Procurement (available in Swedish only).

Kahn Pedersen is ranked as one of the top legal advisors

On April 12, the ranking institute Legal 500 published its ranking of European law firms. Kahn Pedersen is ranked in the top category (“Tier 1”) for IT-related law with the following editorial comment: “definitely one of the leading firms for IT, outsourcing and procurement, and data protection”. Kahn Pedersen is also acknowledged by Legal 500 for its highly regarded public procurement expertise. As many as seven Kahn Pedersen lawyers are ranked on individual basis. Mikael Bock, Fredrik Gustafsson (ranked as ”Next Generation Lawyer”), Johan Kahn (ranked as ”Leading Individual”), Daniel Lundqvist and Björn Möller within Digital and Erik Olsson (ranked as ”Next Generation Lawyer”) and Kristian Pedersen within Public.

The CEO of Kahn Pedersen, Kristian Pedersen: “I am proud that we have consolidated our position as one of the top advisors within Digital and Public. In addition to this it is great to see that we have a high number of individually ranked lawyers. I want to emphasize that this is a team effort and that it is the collective performance of the firm that has led to this strong result. The ranking shows that our highly specialized strategy works and is indeed relevant in relation to the market’s increased demand for highly qualified business law.”.