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Information Technology - Sweden
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Agne Lindberg specialises in IT, telecom, data privacy and Intellectual Property. His experience includes IT-contracts, outsourcing deals (cross-border as well as national), e-commerce, electronic banking, data privacy, telecommunications and IT mergers and acquisitions, Intellectual property, in particular software piracy litigation. Clients spans from Vendors being all from start-ups to world leading IT and telecoms corporations to public and private organisations in their IT procurement. Agne Lindberg was a member of the Swedish IT Commission’s IT Law Observatory, set up by the Swedish government, a member of the board of the Swedish IT Law organisation, a member of the Legal Council of the Swedish IT Organization, the main trade organization in Sweden and co-chair of the Subcommittee of International transactions of the American Bar Association Committee on the Law of Cyberspace. He has also founded the network on outsourcing within the Swedish Informatics society. He is a frequent speaker topics related to IT-contracts, IT M&A, outsourcing, software piracy and data protection and has written numerous books and articles.
Partner, Advokatfirman Delphi 1992–
Advokatfirman Smitt 1990–1992
Advokatfirman Delphi, 1989–1990
Ericsson Information Systems 1989
Service at Swedish Courts 1987–1989