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Monique Wadsted (born 19 September 1957) is a Swedish lawyer and a partner att MAQS Advokatbyrå  in Stockholm Sweden. She has represented Swedish Match in a case regarding the borders between freedom of speech and advertising. She has also represented Duracell against Philips, KF against Gillette, Canal+ against TV1000, Duka against Bodum.
Later she represented the Hollywood Studios Warner Bros., MGM, Columbia Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Mars Media, Blizzard Entertainment, Sierra Entertainment and Activision Publishing in The Pirate Bay trial.
In 2017 she represented Bringwell Sverige AB before the Swedish Supreme Court in a case regarding damages caused by an interim injunction. The case regarded the legal basis for damages, calculation of damages and evidence of commercial loss. 
- Swedish Court Upholds Convictions in File-Sharing Case By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS November 26, 2010
- US embassy cables: Sweden's concerns about Anti-Counterfeit Trading Agreement negotiations guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 22 December 2010
- Alt.religion.scientology Week in Review
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