1964: Hamilton was founded under the name of Stig Rindborg Advokatbyrå, with a focus on insolvency law. Despite shifting focus over the years, since its inception the firm has maintained a leading position in the field of insolvency and has participated in a great number of restructurings and bankruptcies.

1985: An expansion of the practice commenced and the firm quickly grew to become one of Sweden’s ten largest law firms with a representative office in London.

1993: The name Hamilton was adopted and the business focus shifted from insolvency to a broader corporate and commercial focus.

1997: The firm set up one of the first TMT/IP groups in Sweden and was frequently engaged by growth companies and venture capitalists during the IT era.

2004: Hamilton expanded within M&A and Banking & Finance through the recruitment of lawyers from K Legal Advokatbyrå.

2010: Hamilton Advokatbyrå and Advokatfirman Nilsson & Co merged and the firm added expertise in employment law, intellectual property and dispute resolution.


Copyright © Hamilton 2017

Mon, 18 Dec 2017 23:29:14 GMT +1

  • Copyright


    © Copyright Hamilton 2012.All rights reserved.
    © 1998 - 2014 Hamilton Advokatbyrå, Sweden. Hamilton Advokatbyrå reserve all rights. The duplication or the making available to a general public of the information on this website, in part or in whole, without the express written consent of Hamilton Advokatbyrå, is prohibited pursuant to the Swedish Copyright Act (Lag (1960:729) om upphovsrätt för konstnärliga och litterära verk). The prohibition covers all forms of duplication and disclosure to the general public whether in original or amended format, in translation or in adaptation, in other literary or artistical format or by means of using a different technological platform. Adaptation will include also the transfer of the contents of the website, in part or in whole, to another media through which it may be reproduced.

  • Privacy Policy

    Privacy Policy

    © Copyright Hamilton 2012.All rights reserved. You are not required to register in order to be able to access general information published at www.hamilton.se. To the extent you require access to particular services included on the website you will be expected to provide limited details of yourself or your company. By way of your registration you consent and agree that we may register your details and further that we may use such information to send you additional information regarding our firm and our services. We undertake not to permit any third party to gain access to the information that you have provided. Hamilton Advokatbyrå will treat the information that you have provided in accordance with the stipulations of the Swedish Act on Personal Integrity (Personuppgiftslagen). As a registered user you are entitled at any time to require that we amend or correct the information that you have provided. This may be done by addressing an email to info@hamilton.se.
    The website of Hamilton Advokatbyrå does not use so called cookies.

  • Disclaimer


    © Copyright Hamilton 2012.All rights reserved.
    This is the official website of Hamilton Advokatbyrå. The contents on the website is of a general nature and is not to be regarded or interpreted as legal advice or legal counseling. Links to other web pages is provided only as general information by reason of which Hamilton Advokatbyrå assumes no responsibility for accessibility to or for the contents on such websites. Links to our website shall be addressed to www.hamilton.se. The firm of Hamilton Advokatbyrå will be pleased to provide further.

  • Cookies


    Hamilton.se uses cookies. A cookie is a small harmless text file which the website saves on your computer. Cookies are used to give a visitor access to different technical features.  

    If you do not want to receive cookies, the function can easily be turned off in your browser. This may however cause this website to not function correctly.

  • General Terms and Conditions

    General Terms and Conditions

    Read Hamilton's General Terms and Conditions.