Foyen has advised UK based infrastructure group Hill & Smith in its sale of the Swedish traffic rental, flagman and academy business.
Pre-inspection has many benefits. The contractor and construction client can gain clarity regarding whether the chosen execution is contractually compliant, who bears liability if the construction client wants to use part of the construction project before it is completed and, not least, whether it it possible to rectify defects before they are built in.
As a consequence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, contractors involved in ongoing projects may be able, where appropriate, to request an extension of time for the contract period as well as modification of the agreed price for the works in order to take into account changes in costs. Both the construction client and the contractor need to inform themselves of how the war might affect ongoing and future construction projects to which AB 04 and ABT 06 apply.
Foyen has advised Skånska Energi in the sale of the group's hydropower company to Energy Machines A/S.
Foyen Advokatfirma has recruited Landshypotek Bank’s former HR manager Annelie von Dahn as its new HR manager. Annelie will be responsible for developing Foyen’s operations through its human capital and will serve in the firm’s management group.
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Affärsvärlden published on April 5th its list of Sweden’s largest law firms in 2018. Foyen is among the top three in fastest growth among Sweden’s 20 largest firms and moves up from 19th to 17th place with growth of 16% as compared with the year before.