“Roschier's experienced practice is hard to beat – ‘best for large, complicated transactions’ say clients.”
– The Legal 500 (Real Estate and Construction)
Roschier regularly advises institutional investors, real estate funds, developers and corporations in complex and challenging real estate transactions as well as other real estate and environmental law matters. We have long-standing experience in real estate and environmental matters and are therefore able to deliver comprehensive advice, including strategic advice on the structuring of deals both from a corporate and a tax perspective, negotiating transactions and defending clients’ interests in procedures before the courts and other authorities. The members of our team work closely on a daily basis with their colleagues in the Tax, Finance & Restructuring, Corporate Advisory and other practices to ensure the smooth consummation of transactions.

We represent clients in a wide variety of real estate and environmental matters, including:
 
Real Estate
  • Corporate real estate transactions and real estate asset transactions
  • Restructuring and project developments
  • Forward funding
  • Joint ventures and corporate structuring
  • Asset management arrangements with local asset managers and operating partners
  • Lease and land lease agreements
  • Green building and green lease
  • Construction
Environment
  • Disputes and infringement: Environmental damages, remediation of contaminated land and groundwater, infringement and appeals processes
  • Transactions: Legal environmental due diligence
  • Regulatory: Permits and notifications under, for example, the Swedish Environmental Code; Finnish environmental, water and land-use legislation; and EU law
  • Natural resources: Mining concessions and approvals
  • Energy: Energy market regulations, emissions trading and renewable energy support schemes
Roschier works closely with a number of law firms across Europe to give clients seamless cross-border services. Through frequent work with many leading law firms in other jurisdictions, we have established joint working procedures and are used to efficiently coordinating and leading cross-border transactions.