Mikael Ericson

Associate

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Mikael Ericson

Associate

 

Mikael joined Andulf in 2018 and is part of the firm’s litigation team, where he works with matters relating to both commercial and administrative disputes. Mikael has a background as tax lawyer, with special expertise in tax disputes, and has a broad experience in representing clients within various industries in matters relating to among others income tax, VAT and transfer pricing, before all Swedish administrative court instances as well as before the Swedish Council for Advance Rulings.

EDUCATION

Stockholm University (LL.M. 2012)
Stockholm University (BA in Business Administration 2011)
University of Gothenburg (MSc in Business Administration 2011)

MERITS

The Swedish Social Insurance Agency, Law clerk, 2012
The Administrative Court of Stockholm, Law clerk and tax drafting lawyer, 2012–2014
KPMG Sweden, tax lawyer / tax disputes expert, 2014–2018
Andulf Advokat AB, since 2018

PUBLICATIONS

Bokföringsskyldighet för fasta driftställen (Eng: Bookkeeping obligations for permanents establishments), Svensk skattetidning 2016 s. 54
Implementering av ränteavdragsbegränsningsartikeln i EU-direktivet mot skatteflykt – en komparativ utblick (Eng: Implementation of the interest deduction limitation article in the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive – a comparative outlook), Svensk skattetidning 2017 s. 88
Skatteverkets bevisbörda avseende oriktig uppgift – det förlorade ledet? (Eng: The Tax Agency’s burden of proof re incorrect information – the missing link?), Svensk skattetidning 2017 s. 142
Skatteverkets bevisbörda avseende oriktig uppgift och ”det förlorade ledet” – en kort uppföljning mot bakgrund av nya avgöranden (Eng: The Tax Agency’s burden of proof re incorrect information and ”the missing link” – a short follow-up in light of new rulings), Svensk skattetidning 2017 s. 647
Ersättning för kostnader i skattemål – en enkelbottnad, dubbelbottnad eller skönsmässig prövning? (Eng: Compensation of expenses in tax cases – a single step, double step or discretionary assessment), Skattenytt 2017 s. 810

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