Legal Services | Sweden
tel: +46 8 677 54 00 | fax: +46 8 20 18 84
Master Samuelsgatan 17 | Stockholm | SE-111 84 | Sweden

Main Contacts

Stefan Erhag

Managing Partner



Delphi is one of the top commercial law firms in Sweden and has specialists in all fields of commercial law and the capacity to handle the largest and most complex matters. An important part is Corporate Finance, with a large amount of domestic and cross border mergers & acquisitions and an extensive Banking, Finance and Capital Markets practice. The firm has also distinguished itself particularly within high-technology oriented legal areas such as IT, Telecommunications, Intellectual Property and Life Science.

- We have resources for large projects and a strong focus on results
- We recruit the best lawyers, with an excellent sense of business and social competence
- Quality is the keyword of our legal services

Delphi were awarded Law Firm of the Year 2022/2023, 2021, 2017, 2016, 2015 and placed second in 2019 and 2018 in Regi's annual quality and industry survey. This is Sweden's largest client survey of law firms specialising in commercial law. The categories in which we were nominated in is the main category for firms with a turnover exceeding SEK 200 million. Delphi has also received Justitiapriset twice, 2021 and 2017, for our commitment to equality.

Our clients are mainly in Scandinavia, Europe and North America. Delphi co-operates with law firms all over the world.

We have a total workforce of 210 employees, of which around 150 are lawyers. We have offices in Stockholm, Goteborg, Malmo and Linkoping.

Year this Office was Established: 1984
Lawyers Worldwide: 215


Areas of Practice



Erik  Alander

Erik Alander

Senior Associate
Anna  Bjurell

Anna Bjurell

Senior Associate
Emil  Blomqvist

Emil Blomqvist

Senior Associate
Martin  Bogg

Martin Bogg

Senior Associate
Amanda  Bos Ekman

Amanda Bos Ekman

Carl  Dahlgren

Carl Dahlgren

Petri  Dahlstrom

Petri Dahlstrom

Lea  Elmquist

Lea Elmquist

Emmy  Falck

Emmy Falck

Senior Associate
Tingting  Ferrari

Tingting Ferrari

Karl  Hammarlund

Karl Hammarlund

Senior Associate
Rebecka  Harding

Rebecka Harding

Senior Associate
Emilia  Hjers

Emilia Hjers

Matilda  Karlsson

Matilda Karlsson

Senior Associate
Linus  Larsen

Linus Larsen

Fredrik  Linden

Fredrik Linden

Jenny  Linden

Jenny Linden

Senior Associate
Felix  Makarowski

Felix Makarowski

Senior Associate
Daniel  Malm

Daniel Malm

Christoffer  Malmstrom

Christoffer Malmstrom

Senior Associate
John  Neway Herrman

John Neway Herrman

Senior Associate
Ida  Nordmark

Ida Nordmark

Felix  Norgren

Felix Norgren

Marcus  Nyberg

Marcus Nyberg

Fredrik  Nykvist

Fredrik Nykvist

Senior Associate
Robin  Rafiee

Robin Rafiee

Tove  Rodlert

Tove Rodlert

Dahae  Roland

Dahae Roland

Christopher  Stridh

Christopher Stridh

Senior Associate / Advokat
Linn  Stromberg

Linn Stromberg

Senior Associate
Sofia  Studencki

Sofia Studencki

David  Suh

David Suh

Carl  Sundberg

Carl Sundberg

Senior Associate
Mikaela  Tysk

Mikaela Tysk

Rebecka  Unden

Rebecka Unden

Agnes  Wall

Agnes Wall


Of Counsel


Sophia  Lagerholm

Sophia Lagerholm

Head of Digital & Innovation
Anna  Mollersten

Anna Mollersten

Content Manager


Fighting Insider Dealing at all Costs? Due Process Aspects on the EU Market Abuse Regime

In a recent article published in Capital Markets Law Journal, WSG Member Helene Andersson, Counsel at Delphi, examines the EU Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) from a due process perspective and discusses the negative implications of pursuing a market abuse regime with a one-eyed focus on effectiveness at the expense of procedural safeguards. Click here to access the full article...

The Commission Introduces Derogations from the Competition Rules and Adopts Measures aimed at Supporting the Agri-Food Sector

On 4 May 2020, the Commission published the latest package of exceptional measures (announced on 22 April) to support the agricultural and food sectors that have been hit hardest by the crisis. The package of measures adopted by the Commission includes temporary derogations from EU competition rules for milk, flowers and potatoes, support for private storage of dairy and meat products and flexibility in the application of market support programs. In addition, the Commission has proposed that Member States should be allowed to use remaining rural development funds to support farmers and small and medium-sized agri-food businesses...

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Delphi Continues Strong Growth as Firm Marks 40th Anniversary

The law firm Delphi celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. For four decades, Delphi has delivered first-class legal advice to its clients. The firm is on a strong growth trajectory and has ambitious plans for the future.Delphi is a progressive law firm primarily active in the fields of capital markets, M&A, litigation and arbitration, environment, EU and competition, IT and communication, as well as outsourcing, but has recognized specialists in most areas of business law. In 2023, Delphi’s turnover amounted to over 500 MSEK with a turnover growth of approximately 12 percent – and Delphi has ambitious plans to further expand its operations...

Delphi advisor to TOYO Corporation in their acquisition of Rototest International AB

Delphi has advised TOYO Corporation in connection with their acquisition of the leading European dynamometer manufacturer Rototest International AB.Founded in 1953, TOYO Corporation (Head Office: Tokyo, Japan) contributes to technological innovations as a leading provider of advanced measurement solutions. Through its variety of business segments – ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), Automobiles, Energy, EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility), Ocean Defense and Security, Software Development, Life Science, and Information Security, the company is focused on providing solutions to emerging markets such as 5G network, clean energy, autonomous vehicle development...

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