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Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners has announced its role in the recent Agrokor acquisition of the Mercator Group, which closed on June 27, 2014. Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners acted for Agrokor, while Kavcic, Rogl, Bracun represented the sellers, which included several Slovenian banks.

The last couple of months have taught legal practitioners in CEE (including Russia and Turkey) that this region requires quite a bit of foresight when advising on transactions of any kind: the de-facto occupation and integration of Crimea into the Russian Federation is unlikely to have been reflected in the SPAs or long-term contracts that were negotiated in late 2013/early 2014. The occupation of a significant portion of a country sharing a common land border with four EU-member states is something few people would have thought of as a realistic scenario at that time. Well, that has changed now.

CEE Legal Matters is excited to attend the first in its series of Asset Yield panel discussions, hosted by Richards Kibbe & Orbe in London this Thursday. In preparation for the event, we sat down with one of the guest panelists at the event, Pawel Halwa, the Managing Partner of the Schoenherr Warsaw office.

Schoenherr at a Glance

Schoenherr is a leading full-service law firm in Central and Eastern Europe. With 14 offices located in Belgrade, Bratislava, Brussels, Budapest, Bucharest, Chisinau, Istanbul, Ljubljana, Podgorica, Prague, Sofia, Vienna, Warsaw and Zagreb, as well as country desks for Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia and Ukraine, Schoenherr provides its clients with comprehensive coverage of the CEE/SEE region. More than 300 legal professionals work across borders according to the individual needs and requirements of local and international companies. Quality, flexibility, innovation and practice-oriented solutions for complex assignments in the field of business law are at the core of Schoenherr's philosophy.

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