Gulliksson is proud to be a member of Swecare, the official body for promoting Swedish exports in life science and healthcare.
– Our Life Science team has grown over the past years at pace with the increasing importance of this area of law. In collaboration with Ström & Gulliksson, we provide unique representation to our clients in all aspects relevant to Life Science organizations, including everything from establishing, enforcing and litigating rights to addressing contractual and regulatory matters, says Magnus Dahlman, Gulliksson Partner. Our expertise in these areas combined with our broad range of services, including public procurement, labour law, environmental law, and competition law, gives our Life Science clients access to a strong full-service solution.
In addition to organizing seminars, networking events and conducting its own projects, Swecare assists Swedish government ministries and agencies in their international relations and receives foreign delegations visiting Sweden.
– A more profound understanding of the market is crucial if we are to truly add value. That is why getting involved in organizations such as Swecare is of great importance to Gulliksson. This allows us to both contribute to and benefit from ongoing knowledge sharing within the industry and learn about new growth trends in the Swedish healthcare sector, says Magnus Dahlman.
– As an organization, Swecare promotes the exchange of insights and knowledge internationally, which is also a big part of what we do in our daily work. Most of our life science clients are multinationals with matters that require international collaboration, also for those of us who represent clients in the capacity of external consultants. In addition, we share the view that global challenges require global solutions, especially legal matters and frameworks, Magnus Dahlman continues.
More about Swecare
Swecare is a unique platform where academia, the public sector and the private sector join forces to enhance exports and internationalization of Swedish healthcare and life science. Swecare was founded in 1978 by the Swedish government and the health care industry jointly as a semi-governmental non-profit organization. Today, Swecare has around 550 Swedish companies and organizations in its network. The members represent the entire healthcare spectrum – from small startups to universities, county councils, and global corporations – operating in everything from biotech and pharmaceuticals to medical technology and healthcare services.