Julia Ericsson is a partner of Sandart & Partners who specialises in litigation relating to IP rights and market law, with a strong focus on patent litigation.
Ms Ericsson is an experienced litigator and regularly represents Swedish and international clients in patent infringement and validity proceedings in Sweden. Her experience covers, among other things, cross-border patent litigation covering several jurisdictions, and complex copyright and trade secret litigation involving multiple infringement investigations and interim proceedings. Ms Ericsson also provides general strategic advice on IP matters and advises on regulatory matters (eg, regarding pharmaceuticals and medical devices).
Ms Ericsson represents clients in all fields of technology (eg, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, mechanical, electronical, telecom and software).
Ms Ericsson is a board member and treasurer of the European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW). EPLAW is a non-profit association of experienced patent lawyers in the European Union whose aim is to promote the equitable and efficacious handling of patent disputes across Europe.
Since 2012, Ms Ericsson has co-authored the Swedish chapter of Kluwer Law International - Software Patent Worldwide (together with Magnus Nordin of Kransell & Wennborg).
After graduating from Uppsala University in 2004, Ms Ericsson joined Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå as an associate before serving as a law clerk at the District Court of Solna in 2005-2006. She joined Sandart & Partners Advokatbyrå in 2006 and has been a member of the Swedish Bar Association since 2009. She became a board member of EPLAW in 2019.
Ms Ericsson was born in 1979. She speaks English, German and Swedish.
Sandart & Partners is a business law firm with expertise in intellectual property, litigation, dispute resolution and contracts. Many of the firm’s clients are companies in industries where intellectual property and knowledge are in focus. The firm also provides advice and represent clients in marketing law matters, competition law matters and regulatory matters.