Not really, but a crash course is this: use less commas than in English. Only use commas when it's needed for clarity, not as a grammatical marker. This sentence is a good example: the Swedish version is better without a comma.
Don't use the Oxford comma in Swedish.
Avoid semicolons because most people use them too much.
Late reply, but there is an interesting little book by Lynne Truss called "Eats, Shoots & Leaves that discusses English language punctuation as well as other grammar tidbits. There is a section on the Oxford comma and how placement of a comma within a sentence (or leaving it out entirely) can completely change the meaning of a sentence. It's a quick read and I recommend it for anyone who is an English grammar geek ;)