Filippa Exelin specializes in commercial dispute resolution and represents clients in court proceedings as well as Swedish and international arbitration proceedings. She has extensive experience in large-scale disputes in a number of different industries and areas of law, including energy, infrastructure, manufacturing and insurance. She also regularly advises clients facing a potential dispute how to reach a commercial solution and avoid legal proceedings.
Filippa is a legally trained judge. Prior to joining White & Case, Filippa served as a judge within the Swedish judiciary for several years, most recently at the Svea Court of Appeal in Stockholm, and for two years at a district court. She has also served at the Patent and Market Court of Appeal and the Land and Environment Court of Appeal.
Filippa has also worked as an associate with a leading Swedish law firm and been frequently engaged as guest lecturer at Uppsala University Law School and Stockholm University Law School.
Her recent experience includes:
Representation of one of Sweden's largest construction companies in a multi-party litigation concerning claims under a construction agreement for a transportation hub.
Representation of another of Sweden's biggest construction companies in a litigation dispute regarding claims under a construction agreement for a high-profile residential building.
Representation of one of Sweden's largest insurance companies in a multi-party litigation dispute in Swedish courts concerning claims under an insurance policy.
Representation of a Swedish company in a SCC arbitration regarding claims under a consignment contract.
Representation of one of Sweden's largest pest control companies in a litigation dispute concerning claims under an insurance policy.
Representation of a major international confectionery company against its supplier regarding damages.
Representation of an international tech company in an SCC arbitration regarding repayment of bonds. The arbitration was conducted in English.
Serving as Administrative Secretary in international arbitration proceedings under the SCC rules regarding payment under a construction contract. The arbitration was conducted in English.