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This blog and the articles, essays, etc. that it contains are not intended in any way to be complete or to be used as a basis for general legal deliberations. They are primarily intended to provide guidance on a particular legal issue, allowing the reader to foresee whether there may be a need to contact a qualified lawyer for more extensive legal advice.

The information provided in the various parts of the blog is consequently not intended to be legal advice, except where clearly otherwise indicated. As so many factors come into play regarding which advice should be provided in each individual case and as the circumstances affecting each reader of the blog are not only unique but also unknown to AB Zacharias Advokatbyrå, the reader should note in particular that any content of a legal nature may affect the reader’s situation in different ways and similarly the relevance of the legal content in the particular situation. For this reason, the reader should contact an advocate for concrete advice, in which connection our advocate law offices apply special terms of engagement and fees for our services. AB Zacharias Advokatbyrå would of course be pleased to assist you in such a situation.

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As you make your bed, so you must lie upon it
Postad 28 January, 2017

As you make your bed, so you must lie upon it Judgment of the Court of Appeal for Western Sweden, 18 January 2017, Case no. T 1173-16 Claude D Zacharias (Attorney) 1. Background Pursuing activities or embracing values that are unacceptable according to the prevailing norms of society may result in awkward if not impossible […]

KONTORSGEMENSKAP
Postad 7 September, 2016

Kontorsgemenskap Zacharias Advokatbyrå, Skeppsbron 26 i Stockholm (se ‪www.zacharias.se), erbjuder i första hand advokat kontorsgemenskap i ändamålsenlig kontorslokal i inspirerande Gamla Stan. Vi kan erbjuda ett stort kontorsrum för 1-3 arbetsplatser och i förekommande fall ett mindre kontorsrum för en arbetsplats med tillgång till alla nödvändiga utrymmen, kök, sammanträdesrum m.m., samt kopiator och fiber. Vår […]

Liberal interpretation of limitation provisions
Postad 6 September, 2016

Liberal interpretation of limitation provisions Judgment of the Supreme Court of 3 December 2015 in Case no. T 4983-14 concerning liberal interpretation of limitation provisions Claude D Zacharias Attorney 1. Case-law being developed for total works 1.1 In recent years the Supreme Court has pronounced much needed judgments within the legal field of total works […]

Scope of an arbitration inspection panel’s right to review
Postad 6 September, 2016

Scope of an arbitration inspection panel’s right to review Claude D Zacharias Attorney 1. Articles and court rulings in recent years have described how the law relating to total works has been transformed into part of general civil law (cf., for example, SvJT 2015, p. 258). The Supreme Court is gradually changing and creating new […]

Zacharias Law Firm moves back to Stockholm
Postad 4 August, 2016

Zacharias Law Firm moves back to Stockholm. Our new premises are located in The Old City. The new address is Skeppsbron 26, 1st Floor,  starting from September 1st, 2016. From our new premises we will continue to develop our core businesses, business law for small and middle seized companies, real estate Law and financial family […]

Conclude a partnership agreement
Postad 29 June, 2016

Conclude a partnership agreement Claude D Zacharias (Attorney) 1. Background 1.1 The ruling of the Supreme Court of 20 June 2016 in Case no. T 3593-14 represents a classic example of how important it is to regulate the relationship of part-owners engaged in joint activities, regardless of legal form. The case in question involves two part‑owners of a […]

When foreign law is to be applied by a Swedish court but the content of the foreign law remains unknown
Postad 15 June, 2016

When foreign law is to be applied by a Swedish court but the content of the foreign law remains unknown Johannes Marszalek (Advocate) There are cases where Swedish courts have to apply foreign law in disputes with an international connection. There are also cases where for various reasons the content of foreign law, in so […]

A defect that is not always a defect and when the assessment can vary from one case to another
Postad 20 May, 2016

1. Introduction 1.1 The heading chosen indicates something that may be intrinsically typical for law: there is seldom anything that is black or white. When we were students we joked heartily about “on the one hand this, yet on the other hand that”. 1.2 The judgment of the Supreme Court of 11 May 2016 (case […]

Implied notice of termination by conduct – Swedish Supreme Court split
Postad 31 August, 2015

Implied notice of termination by conduct – Swedish Supreme Court split Claude D Zacharias[1]  0. Introduction 0.1 The Supreme Court of Sweden has in the reported case NJA[2] 2015, p. 188 once again found reason to deviate from the statutory reasoning enunciated by the legislator. Reasons of expediency have again been applied as an overall […]

Be cautious about non-competition clauses
Postad 12 April, 2015

Be cautious about non-competition clauses By Claude D Zacharias Translated by James Hurst (Authorised Translator), ELT - English Law Translations 1. Introduction 1.1 The Labour Court recently concluded in its judgment of 11 February 2015, 8/15, Case no. B 102/14[1] that a non-competition clause between an accountant, who had terminated his employment, and a major accounting firm […]