Managing Partner: Jens Olsson
Number of partners: 6
Numbers of lawyers (partners included): 30
Languages: English, French, German, Swedish
Gulliksson’s lawyers provide highly specialised expertise within intellectual property law, life sciences, TMT, litigation and other related areas of practice. Gulliksson has its origin in a patent law firm. Right from the start in 1975 the idea behind the business was to combine a highly specialised law practice and litigation expertise with patent attorney services. In 1998 the firm became the first combined law and intellectual property firm, which was a unique occurrence in Sweden. The business magazine Affärsvärlden has ranked Gulliksson as the largest IP law firm in Sweden.
Main Areas of Practice:
Gulliksson is a full-service law firm focusing in the following core practice areas:
Gulliksson provides full range services in the field of intellectual property law. The firm handles everything from business concepts to trademarks, designs and individual creative work and covers filing, commercialisation and enforcement, including litigation and dispute resolution relating to patents, designs, copyright, trademarks and unfair competition; as well as drafting complex commercial contracts for the commercial exploitation of intellectual property rights. Gulliksson’s lawyers have been highly praised for their extensive experience in litigation, transactions, strategic work, cross boarder litigation, counselling and administrative matters.
Gulliksson’s field of expertise in corporate and commercial law includes assisting the clients with their strategies, drafting all forms of business agreements and handle negotiations. Gulliksson also assists its clients regarding transactions, both IP-related transactions and corporate transactions on an international level. Gulliksson also handles competition law matters.
Litigation & Arbitration:
Gulliksson’s highly praised litigation team has considerable experience in handling court proceedings including acting before the Supreme Court, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolutions within different legal systems around the world, including cross-border litigation. The firm has litigated several land-mark cases in the Supreme Court, in the past as well as recently.
The firm is engaged extensively in cross-border work. The most frequent countries are Germany, China, USA, Great Britain, France, Denmark and Italy. The work mainly involves IP litigation regarding patents, trademarks, designs and copyright.