Synch is once again highly ranked in Chambers Europe, Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal

Synch continues to show a strong standing in Chambers Europe 2017 and in the Legal 500 2017, in particular within TMT.

At Synch we are proud to have been recognized as one of the leading firms in Sweden by Chambers Europe. Our four founders were all ranked on an individual level; Johan Tydén and Jim Runsten within TMT, Andreas Börjesson within Corporate/M&A and Sara Sparring within both Intellectual Property and Life Science.

The Chambers Guides have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990, and now cover 185 jurisdictions throughout the world. The rankings are based on their research team interviewing clients all year round. The recommended firms include all the big names but special care is taken to identify the best of the smaller and boutique firms around the world.

To read more about the rankings click here.

We are also glad to been confirmed as leading law firm in Legal 500 2017 within Intellectual Property, Corporate and M&A and IT & Telecommunications. Both Jim Runsten and Johan Tydén have been acclaimed as leading individuals within the area of IT & Tele-communications. Synch is – for the third year in a row – the only Swedish law firm with two lawyers ranked as leading individuals within IT & Telecommunications. Jim Runsten is also ranked as leading lawyer within Corporate/M&A.

The international ranking institute The Legal 500 provides rankings of law firms in 106 jurisdictions across the world. Annually The Legal 500 undertakes a comprehensive research to keep its rankings updated to bring the most up-to-date vision of the global legal market.
Read more about the rankings here.

In Who’s Who Legal 2017 Sara Sparring is accredited as leading lawyer within Life Science in three practice areas: Patent litigation, Product Liability and Regulatory. Jim Runsten and Johan Tydén is appointed credits for Telecommunications, Media & Technology and IT.

The Who’s Who Legal nominees have been selected based upon comprehensive, independent survey work with both general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide. Only specialists who have met independent international research criteria are listed. Read more about the ranking here.

Synch is a Swedish law firm focused on digital business and technology targeting the market with a blended delivery model where digital services complement the advisory services and the managed legal services. Synch’s project & transaction group specializes in private and public M&A, venture capital investments and financing arrangements, in particular in relation to technology companies.

For further information, please contact CEO Jim Runsten, jim.runsten@synchlaw.se,
+46 761 761 999. Please also visit www.synchlaw.se.

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Interview with CEO, Jim Runsten, on future offerings from Synch described by Computer Sweden.

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MEMORANDUM. THE CLOUD ACT

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Press release

Synch partners up with tech hub HETCH

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Hetch is an initiative supporting the city of Helsingsborgs ambitious goal of becoming one of Europes most innovative cities by 2022.

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TalkBBQ – The Nordic Investment Culture: What does ”founder friendly” mean?  

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