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Sar & Partners has advised Hungarian hotel chain management companies responsible for the Prestige, Continental, and Boutique Hotels Budapest****Superior in several trademark infringement proceedings in Hungary initiated by or against the fast fashion company, Industria de Diseno Textil S.A., holder of the international and European Union "ZARA" trademarks. The subject of these proceedings was the use of the logo by the hotel chain management companies in connection with services of four stars superior premium hotels.

Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto has advised Capital Partners Investment Fund on a loan provided to IPOS S.A., a Polish provider of IT solutions. GSW Legal Grabarek, Szalc i Wspolnicy — a member of Grata International — advised iPOS on the deal. Proceeds from the loan are to be converted into the company’s share capital through the investor’s exercise of rights under subscription warrants.

SCWP Schindhelm has advised the Wopfinger Group on the acquisition by group member Baumit Beteiligungen GmbH of 100% of the shares in w&p Baustoffe GmbH from Wietersdorfer Group. Closing of the deal remains contingent on the authorization of Austria's Federal Competition Authority. The Wietersdorfer Group's team was led by in-house lawyers Bruno Nagele and Daniel Schutzenauer.

Zivkovic Samardzic has advised South Central Ventures (SCV) on its investment in CUBE Risk Management Solutions, a tech startup providing risk assessment, reporting and monitoring services, market analysis, and competition and trade intelligence to companies operating on, planning to expand into, or investigating their competition's presence on the Serbian market.

Primus has represented Klaipedos Baldu Prekyba JSC — a furniture retail trade chain with eight stores in Lithuania operating under the Berry trademark — on its conclusion of a long term lease agreement with the Elkor group for a multi-story building and adjacent territory for a store in the central part of Riga. 

Djingov, Gouginsky, Kyutchukov & Velichkov has advised the owners of the Pharmastore pharmacy chain in the sale of the business to Sopharma Trading. Boyanov & Partners advised Sopharma on the deal, which will result in Pharmastore's 19 pharmacies in the cities of Sofia and Bourgas operating under the SOpharmacy brand. The deal remains subject to approval by the Commission for Protection of Competition.

Motieka & Audzevicus has advised Lithuania's KG Group on the preparation and negotiation of financing agreements from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for a credit facility to be used for development of the company's business in Belarus.