Christina Mailund has been advising on competition law issues for the past 25 years. During this time, she has handled a broad range of complex competition matters, including mergers, antitrust investigations, state aid issues and litigation. Christina’s clients come from a wide range of sectors and has developed sector expertise in new technologies (eg, IT), as well as more traditional industries.
Christina has been recognised as a leading individual by Chambers since 2010. Chambers Europe (2019) states that she “holds a high understanding of her client's business and offers high-quality advice”.
Christina received her postgraduate degree (LLM) from London School of Economics in 1993. In 1994, she began her career in competition law at the Swedish Competition Authority, where she worked, inter alia, as a legal adviser in the merger department and as team leader in dawn raids and cartel investigations. In 2002, she joined the EU and competition group at a major international law firm in Stockholm. She was admitted to the Swedish Bar in 2006.
Christina is now a partner at Kastell advokatbyrå, a boutique law firm specialised in competition law. Kastell’s team is composed of senior and highly specialised staff, which enables it to aim to find the best solution for every clients' specific business in the most efficient way.