Fredrik Schultz

Counsel, Stockholm



Fredrik Schultz's practice is mainly in Litigation & Arbitration, Construction, Real Estate and Employment and Labor Law. Prior to joining White & Case in 1988, Fredrik served in the Swedish court system including the Courts of Appeal in Gothenburg and Stockholm.

Fredrik has extensive experience in drafting and reviewing construction contracts on a national and international level. Further, Fredrik has an excellent reputation as a litigator in the Stockholm market. He has participated in numerous high profile construction disputes, representing clients such as Siemens, NCC, Nordic Water Products and YIT. Fredrik has also represented a large number of clients in labor law disputes and in negotiations with labor unions. Moreover, Fredrik has provided labor law advice in numerous cross-border and domestic mergers and acquisitions.

Fredrik works with procurement matters on a regular basis. For example, he assisted transportation company MTR Corporation in its successful tender for the contract to operate the subway in Stockholm, a deal worth $2.4 billion.

Fredrik has also been involved in a number of major real estate transactions. His clients have included GE Real Estate, Nordic Capital and Carestel. Fredrik has greatly contributed to successful efforts to develop a real estate practice in Stockholm, and has established himself as the preeminent lawyer in the Stockholm office for labor law and property law.

Bars and Courts
Swedish Bar
Stockholm University


Acting as counsel for a major international car manufacturer in the acquisition of real estate.

Acting as counsel for an international manufacturer of machinery in a dispute regarding industrial construction works.

Representing a Turkish contractor in a dispute with a Russian employer involving claims under a Swedish law governed agreement for the construction of an electric arc furnace in Russia.

Acting as counsel for a major international manufacturer of trucks in several disputes regarding construction works.

Assisting an international pulp manufacturer in the closing of a mill.