Mannheimer Swartling: the power of lockstep for an independent firm

TeliaSonera’s 2012 decision to turn to longstanding adviser Mannheimer Swartling to investigate the company’s investments in Uzbekistan was a first for the Swedish legal market. For the firm, it was the launching point to a brand new service line.

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