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The Kondracki Celej law firm has advised bValue venture capital fund on its investment in SEEDiA, a Krakow-based startup that produces intelligent solar furniture and benches. The investment value is up to PLN 3 million.

Primus has represented and advised UAB Litagra, one of the largest agricultural companies in Lithuania, on its now-completed reorganization and division into two companies: UAB LP Grupe, which will take over the trade and elevator business, and UAB Litagra, which will operate the activities of feed production and agricultural business.

Ellex, representing the Vilnius-based UAB Ozantis real estate developer, has helped facilitate a settlement agreement between some 32 entities and containing more than 16,880 signatures that, having been approved by the Vilnius City Council, brings an end to a 16-year dispute regarding investments in the 60-hectare territory of the Siemens Arena in Vilnius.

Linklaters has advised Grupa Ozarow on the sale of 99.19% of the shares in its Polish calcium silicate subsidiary, Grupa Silikaty Sp. z o.o., to H+H Polska Sp. z o.o., the Denmark-based subsidiary of H+H International. Wardynski & Partners advised the buyers on the deal, which remains subject to customary approval by the Polish authorities and is expected to occur at the end of 2017.

CMS Hungary has advised by Ilford Holding Kft. and Invitel Technocom Tavkozlesi Kft. — controlled by the China Central and Eastern Europe Investment Co-operation Fund, advised by CEE Equity Partners — on its July 21, 2017 sale of 99.99% of the share capital and voting rights of Hungarian telecommunications operator Invitel Tavkozlesi Zrt. to DIGI Tavkozlesi es Szolgaltato Kft., the Hungarian subsidiary of Digi Communications N.V. PeliFilip advised the buyers on the deal.

Dentons advised the offering managers — including Haitong Bank, mBank, Pekao Investment Banking, Wood&Co, Raiffeisen Centrobank, Mercurius, Trigon and Vestor — on the initial public offering and listing on the Warsaw Stock Exchange of Polish debt collection company GetBack S.A. Greeberg Traurig advised Getback S.A. and its only shareholder, DNLD Holdings B.V. (an entity controlled by a consortium of private equity funds led by funds from the Abris Capital Partners Group), on the initial public offering of shares and listing.