Advokatfirman Lindahl has appointed two new Managing Partners, who will also join the firm’s Board of Directors. Emanuel Wallin takes over the MP role in Göteborg and Lindahl’s new MP in Örebro is Clas Rosdahl.
Lindahl is in an exciting phase with new, larger office premises in several locations and many new employees joining the firm. Changes are now taking place in the local leadership in both Göteborg and Örebro.
Emanuel Wallin Clas Rosdahl
In Göteborg, Emanuel Wallin is taking over the role of Managing Partner from Magnus Löfving
“It’s a great pleasure to be able to take over a highly effective business where I can commit myself to developing the business in the future. I look forward to being part of that development and to working in my role to make use and take advantage of the full potential of each of our employees,” says Emanuel Wallin, who has been an employee at the firm for many years and who is the new Lindahl Managing Partner in Göteborg.
“Considering that the Göteborg office operates in a region with extremely active urban development, I see us as being an obvious advisor and partner to both old and new clients in the property sector. Based on developments in our surrounding environment, we will also need to focus on advisory work relating to sustainability requirements and integration of technology,” he elaborates on his vision for the future.
In Örebro, Johanna Näslund is handing over the baton to Clas Rosdahl
“It’s fun and inspiring to be able to play a more active role in Lindahl’s growth journey and I look forward to getting to know both the organisation and the employees even better. My main focus is and will continue to be the employees and the clients. It should be fun to go to Lindahl, whether you work for or with us. For me, that is a factor for both health and success. Committed, satisfied employees are a prerequisite for achieving our goal of being the most proactive, flexible partner for our clients, showing sensitivity and understanding of the client’s business,” says Clas Rosdahl, the new Lindahl Managing Partner in Örebro.