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Synch is a business oriented law firm with innovation and technology at its heart. Synch believes that lawyers and legal services should always be in synch with the surrounding business environment.
Companies require legal services that are provided in a pragmatic and accessible way. This is equally true for large, established industrial companies as it is for small, fast-growing start-ups.
“We are excited about Synch’s innovative business model”
”Your attitude is ground breaking!”
"This is a long-term play with an excellent chance of success. They are ‘tomorrow’s lawyers’. Seems to be truly original.”
"Synch was the perfect choice of law firm"
"The lawyers are proactive and very supportive"
"We just love Synch!”
"We receive instant access to high quality and cost efficient legal support."
“Truly digital and a great new model, blending tech and practice but targeting emerging businesses that no one else is doing."
News and Insights
Synch is proud to announce it has been nominated by the Financial Times for the award “Innovation in New Model Legal Businesses: Optimizing the organization and the business model for customer satisfaction.”
Sara Sparring, co-founder of Synch, is recognized in the 2016 edition of Expert Guides: Women in Business Law as one of the world’s leading women in trade mark law.
Synch is proud to announce the nomination for the award “Innovator of the year 2016”.
Swedish Patent and Registration Office (PRV), WIPO and SIDA is currently holding an Advanced International Training Programme with the theme “Intellectual Property for Least Developed Countries” where Synch’s IP expert, David Leffler has been engaged as a speaker.
Synch’s IP experts David Leffler and Elisabeth Sundberg have contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Patents 2017, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London, in which they provide an overview of Swedish patent law.
Synch’s Anna Forsebäck is interviewed by Legaltech.se on the legal issues surrounding Pokémon Go and augmented reality.