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Katarina has specialised in commercial dispute resolution since 2003. Not only has Katarina worked at several distinguished law firms, she has also spent a number of years as senior in-house counsel at a leading P&C insurance company in the Nordics, and at one of the largest architect firms in Sweden.
Katarina assists clients at all stages of a dispute. She has extensive experience of acting as counsel before Swedish and international arbitral tribunals (both ad hoc and pursuant to the rules of several arbitral institutions) and Swedish courts.
Katarina also sits as arbitrator. In 2022, she completed the Arbitrator Training Program, arranged by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) and the Swedish Arbitration Association (SAA).
She has experience from disputes across a variety of areas and sectors, including insurance, energy, telecoms, construction, engineering, life sciences, and finance, as well as disputes relating to a wide range of commercial agreements, international sales of goods, M&A, corporate law, damages, and professional liability.
In addition, Katarina has business-specific specialist expertise of advising on and negotiating commercial agreements within insurance and reinsurance, and the architecture and engineering industries.
2020– Partner, Kastell Advokatbyrå
2018–2020 Head of Legal, Tengbom
2016-2018 Senior Legal Counsel, If P&C Insurance Ltd
2015-2016 Partner, Frank Advokatbyrå
2014-2015 Managing Associate, Hannes Snellman
2009-2014 Senior Associate, Hannes Snellman
2005-2009 Associate, Linklaters
2006 Legal Counsel (secondment), Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
2004-2005 Law clerk, Stockholm District Court
2003-2004 Junior Associate, Linklaters
2022 Arbitrator Training Programme, arranged by the Arbitration Institute och the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) and the Swedish Arbitration Association (SAA)
2003 Jur. kand. (LL.M), University of Stockholm
2000 Studies in International law, EU & Competition law, University of Birmingham
Swedish and English