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Copyright and Privacy


This website contains general information about Swedish law firm Navia Law's legal services and none of the information on this website should be viewed as legal advice. If you are searching for legal advice on a Swedish legal matter and need a solution-oriented and cost-effective law firm in Sweden, you are of course welcome to get in touch.



Content, including program code, text and images on this website are protected by Swedish Act (1960:729) on Copyright in Literary and Artistic Works. The material is owned by Navia Law, or a third party with the right for Navia Law to use the material on this website. Apart from copying contact details to be used for contacting with Navia Law, the material on this web site may not be copied, modified, translated, processed, duplicated or made available to the public, in its original or an altered form, or by other techniques, without the written permission of Navia Law.


Navia Law does not assume any liability for other web sites, content or availability, to which this web site links. If you wish to link to, the link should be pointed directly at the main page:



Your use of this web site does not require registration or otherwise sharing of personal data. However, if you choose to contact Navia Law through the contact form, or otherwise you will need to provide certain information about yourself and your business, and in the course of our business, Legal Forward AB, 556748-6096, (“Navia Law”) may process such personal data related to you.


This privacy policy informs you about how Navia Law process (collect, use, share or otherwise process) your personal data as our client, contact person of a client or a person related to an engagement of our services, job applicants, contact person of a supplier or collaborating partner of Navia Law.


Personal data is data which directly or indirectly relates to a physical person, e.g. name, phone number and e-mail address.


You are not required to furnish any personal data with us, but if you do not do so, Navia Law may not be able to provide services to you, since we are not able to assess a potential conflict of interests or necessary actions under applicable money laundering legislation or administrate the engagement, or process your job application.


For clients and other persons related to an engagement may the following personal data be processed: Name, personal identification number, contact information (address, e-mail address and phone number), copy of passport or other identification, bank- and invoicing details (bank account number, invoicing data, payment records, payment reminders etc.), information provided or collected in relation to an engagement, employer information. Other personal data may also be processed depending on the nature of the engagement.


For job applicants may the following personal data be processed: Name, personal identification number, contact information (address, e-mail address and phone number), details about the job position applied, information in personal letter, CV and merits and other documentation provided, and information furnished by reference persons.


For supplier and collaborating partners may the following personal data be processed: Name, title, employer information and contact details (address, e-mail address and phone number).


Navia Law process personal data provided or collected in relation to an engagement, job application or supplier engagements in order to carry out mandatory controls of conflict of interest and (if applicable) AML-controls, perform and administrate our engagement, to safeguard our clients interest, for accounting and invoicing purposes, to process job applications and to administrate our supplier engagements. Personal data is processed on the basis of mandatory laws, which includes processing that is necessary to fulfill contractual obligations, statuary obligations and business objectives, and appropriate business administration.


The personal data may also be processed for business and method development, market analysis, statistics and risk management. The data processed for the purpose of developing and analyzing the business is processed on the basis of Navia Law´s legitimate interest in developing the business and communicating with our business contacts.


The personal data may be disclosed within Navia Law for sharing information, knowledge and resource allocation.


Navia Law will not disclose personal data to third parties other than in the following cases


(i) it is specifically agreed between you and Navia Law;

(ii) it is necessary, within the context of a certain engagement, to safeguard your rights;

(iii) if it is necessary for Navia Law to comply with statutory duty or to comply with authority decisions or court decisions; and

(iv) in case Navia Law hire third-party service providers who carry out engagements for Navia Law or on your account.


Personal data may be disclosed to courts, authorities, counterparties and their agents if it is considered necessary to safeguard your rights.


Personal data is stored, in accordance with what is required based on the nature of the engagement and according to mandatory law. Personal data processed for the purpose of developing, analyzing and marketing Navia Law is stored for a period of one year from the latest correspondence. Personal data related to job applications are stored one year and data relation to supplier and collaborating partners, one year after the engagement ended.


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You are entitled request information from Navia Law, free of charge, regarding the use of personal data relating to you. We will, at your request or on our own initiative, correct or delete incorrect data or limit the processing of such data.  You also have the right to request that your personal data is not processed for direct marketing purposes. If you are dissatisfied with our processing, you can file a complaint to the Swedish Data Protection Authority. You can also contact the regulatory authority of the country where you live or work.


Contact us by e-mail, phone or address below if you have any questions or regarding our processing of personal data.


Legal Forward AB (D/B/A Navia Law)

Address: Övre Slottsgatan 28A, 753 12 Uppsala


Telephone: +46 70 4461940



Legal entity

Navia Law is a trading name of Legal Forward AB and reference to Navia Law is also a reference to Legal Forward AB. For more information about Legal Forward AB.