The Swedish Data Inspection Authority changes its name – make sure that the correct supervisory authority is mentioned in your Swedish GDPR information

As of the 1st of January 2020, the Swedish Data Inspection Authority (SW: Datainspektionen) changed its name to the Privacy Protection Authority (SW: Integritetsskyddsmyndigheten, abbreviated to “IMY”). As a result of the name change, it is high time to review any privacy policies and other personal data-related documentation where references to the Swedish Authority. The […]

What to do when the Work Environment Authority knocks on the door

The Swedish Work Environment Authority calls you and wants to do an inspection of your work environment. This could make any employer faint, so I took a few minutes to interview my colleague and specialist on work environment law Louise Strömberg on what to do when the Work Environment Authority knocks on the door. Thomas: I […]

15 years with Moll Wendén!

On 6 October 2018 Moll Wendén celebrates 15 years as a law firm. Moll Wendén was founded in 2003 when three Linklaters shareholders, Stefan Wendén, Mikael Karlsson and Thomas Moll, took over Linklaters’ office and operations in Malmö. The law firm kick-started and has since 2003 tripled turnover and number of employees. Over the years, […]

Moll Wendén has advised on the sale of Texo Application AB to IKEA

On 31 August 2016, Texo Holding AB sold all shares in Texo Application AB to IKEA. Texo Application AB is active in the logistics sector and since 2001 involved in the development of different automated storage solutions, such as advanced lift and cargo handling equipment. The company has its registered office in Älmhult and has […]

Matek and Länsförsäkringar in proceeding at the EU Court of Justice

Matek LF Litigation

As previously reported, the Estonian wooden house producer Matek succeeded in a trade mark dispute against Länsförsäkringar in Svea Court of Appeal (see press release dated 09/06 2014). By the Svea Court of Appeal’s judgement, dated 3 June 2014, the Court decided that Matek was free to use its trademark in Sweden (see Judgement T […]