Cederquist (Stockholm)

Fredrik Lindblom

Cederquist (Stockholm)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Lindblom advises clients on a variety of issues ranging from antitrust, international trade and general EU law to general M&A, distribution agreements and leasing solutions. Recent industry experience includes automotive, retail banking, chemicals, IT services, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing.


37472 Bulletin

Fredrik Lindblom The Swedish Supreme Court asks for the EU Commission’s opinion on the definition of the relevant market concerning alleged excessive prices for port services (Port of Ystad)


On 18 October 2006 the European Commission (the “Commission”) received a request from the Swedish Supreme Court (the “Court”) regarding the definition of the relevant market in a case concerning the application of Article 82 EC. The case before the Court concerns inter alia whether or not the Port (...)

Fredrik Lindblom The Swedish Market Court rejects a complaint against the incumbent for abusive mixed bundling and predatory pricing in the broadband internet access sector (B2 Bredband / TeliaSonera)


Background Bredbandsbolaget sues Teliasonera for abuse of a dominant position on the market for fixed telephony through illegal mixed bundling, customer discrimination and predatory pricing but fails to prove dominance. Decision On 1 November 2005 the Swedish Market Court rendered its (...)

Fredrik Lindblom, Linda Hiljemark The Swedish Market Court applies Art. 82 EC in accordance with Art. 3 of EC Reg. n° 1/2003 without regard to the effect on interstate trade criterion regarding alleged abusive pricing of Stockholm airport fees (Luftfartsverket)


The case before the Swedish Market Court concerned the fees charged by the Swedish Civil Aviation Administration (Luftfartsverket, hereinafter “LFV”) for offering parking space for airport coaches at Arlanda airport outside Stockholm. On November 13, 2003, the Swedish Competition Authority (...)

Fredrik Lindblom The Swedish Market Court rules that the issuance and distribution of price lists by a trade association is caught by both EC and Swedish competition laws (VVS-I)


On 9 February 2005 the Swedish Market Court rendered its decision regarding the trade association of VVS (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) installation companies’ price list system. Although the case may not be revolutionary in its application of the substantial competition rules, it (...)

Fredrik Lindblom The Swedish and Danish Competition Authorities conduct in the energy sector one of the first joint dawn raids made possible (Dong Naturgas / Nova Supply)


In relation to an investigation of a concentration between the Danish company DONG Naturgas A/S (“Dong”) and Nova Supply AB, the Swedish Competition Authority (the “SCA”) came across information that indicated that the companies Öresundskraft AB and Dong had entered into a cooperation that would (...)

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