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  1. Legal news
    30 March 2020
    COVID-19 & Immigration Law: Implications in Sweden

    For Swedish employers who employ non-EU citizens, the COVID-19 outbreak has created a number of business immigration related issues. To date, a majority of the issues are surmountable, but some may create problems for ...

  2. Legal news
    10 September 2019
    No general transition period granted in Sweden for implementation of SCA for remote card-based transactions - but with certain exceptions

    The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (the "SFSA") confirms that no general transition period will apply in Sweden for the implementation of strong customer authentication (SCA) in relation to remote card-based ...

  3. Legal news
    21 May 2020
    Swedish law now requires a direct payment option to be displayed first

    The Swedish Parliament has approved an amendment to the Swedish Payment Services Act (2010:751) that introduces a new provision regarding the display of payment solutions online.

  4. Legal news
    03 July 2020
    The Swedish Gambling Authority promotes a prompt implementation of B2B–licences for providers of gambling software

    Karin Söderberg and Kajsa Zenk explain a new potential licensing regime promoted by the Swedish Gambling Authority as a way of curbing unlicensed gambling on the Swedish market.

  5. Legal news
    10 November 2020
    Sweden: Swedish government extends support for businesses during the COVID-19 crisis

    On Monday 9 November 2020, the Swedish government announced new proposals for an extension of the financial support for companies affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

  6. Legal news
    07 November 2018
    Work environment responsibility of platform companies is examined in Swedish court

    Using a platform company allows an individual to provide services to his or her clients without registering as a sole trader or setting up a one man company.

  7. Legal news
    18 August 2020
    Försäkringskassan (“Swedish Insurance Agency”) dismissed employee due to actions of employee’s younger brother

    The employee who was terminated had previously worked five years at Arbetsförmedlingen (“Swedish Employment Agency”), and was offered employment at Försäkringskassan after interviews, tests and in competition with 200 ...

  8. Legal news
    13 February 2019
    Discrimination and damages: Swedish Supreme Court requests CJEU ruling on procedural requirements

    Madelene Ackheim and Simon Söderhom consider a recent request from the Swedish Supreme Court to have the CJEU rule on judicial procedural requirements in discrimination cases.