Delphi is one of Sweden's largest commercially oriented law firms. The firm is active within all branches of the law and provides a broad spectrum of quality legal services. The firm has 160 employees in total, of which some 110 are lawyers. Their offices are situated in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmoe, Linkoping and Norrkoping.
Delphi was established in 1998 by the merger of Advokatfirman Arnerius & Partners, Malmö, Advokatfirman LJB, Linköping, Advokatfirman Delphi, Stockholm and Friman & Carlander Advokatbyrå, Göteborg. The practice encompasses a full range of both Swedish and international business law. The client base is primarily Scandinavian, European and North American. A major focus of its practice is rendering services to foreign enterprises doing business in Sweden, the Nordic Region, Baltic Rim and Northern Europe as well as Nordic enterprises operating abroad.
Delphi has expert knowledge within all branches of commercial law. The firm has particularly distinct itself within high-technology oriented law such as IT, Telecommunication, Intellectual property and Life Science. The firm is also in the lead as regards using modern technology at work, as for instance a self-developed data base for due diligence and an Internet based system for the handling of contracts, Delphi Governance.
Delphi meets the clients' demand for expertise and skills in advanced commercial law. A broad experience of their different business areas is the basis for safe counseling and service aiming at results. Delphi emphasizes a high level of service in providing for the needs of its clients. To Delphi, every client is an important client. Whether the matter involves a complex business arrangement or a legal point, the clients of Delphi receive the help they require.
Delphi holds a strong position in Sweden, but has also a tradition of working internationally, often with multinational companies. Delphi participates in networks in Europe and North America as well as other parts of the world.
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