DZP has advised the consortium of Centrum Elektronicznych Uslug Platniczych eService, PKO Bank Polski, and TECS Telecommunication & E-Commerce Solutions on a procedure conducted by the Ministry of Finance for the implementation of a 24/7 service for handling non-cash payments made by road toll system users in Poland.
B2RLaw has advised UK-based construction equipment supplier CMT Group on the supply contract and the separate donation contract with the Polish Government Agency for Strategic Reserves for humanitarian aid to Ukraine in the form of power generators. The EUR 27 million contract was financed under the EU's Civil Protection Mechanism.
Bulgaria’s infrastructure sector has seen major projects completed and many more are planned. With the country facing political turmoil and corruption still an infrastructure buzzword, Kinstellar Partner Antonia Mavrova and Gugushev and Partners Senior Partner Victor Gugushev navigate the intricacies of Bulgarian infrastructure.
Clifford Chance has successfully represented Mostostal Zabrze in an arbitration dispute before the Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris against Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions concerning the construction of the AEGIS Ashore system base in Redzikowo, Poland.
A significant number of landmark energy and infrastructure projects are currently materializing in North Macedonia, with foreign direct investment interest constantly growing as well, according to Veton Qoku, Partner and Attorney-at-Law in cooperation with Karanovic & Partners.