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Kinstellar’s Prague office has advised Czech investment group Portiva and Micronix on its CZK 2 billion acquisition of the Central Kladno shopping center in Kladno, a town about 30 kilometers west of Prague, from Crestyl. White & Case advised Crestyl on the deal.

DLK Legal in Poland and Kinstellar in Hungary and the Czech Republic have advised Infosys on its EUR 30 million acquisition of GuideVision. Osborne Clarke’s offices in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Germany, Sorainen in Belarus, and Castren & Snellman in Finland, reportedly also advised Infosys on the deal. Havel & Partners reportedly served as GuideVision’s advisor in the Czech Republic.

DLA Piper’s Prague office has advised Russia's Trust Union Fund on its acquisition of the Kovosvit machine tool manufacturer from Industry Innovation, which itself is owned by Czech businessman Jaroslav Strnad. NKL Legal reportedly advised the sellers on the deal.

The EU has been preparing for a substantial transition of its energy sector to address the urgency of climate change. The Czech Republic has proposed raising the share of its renewable energy sources (RES) in the gross final energy consumption from the current 15% (approximately) to 22% by 2030 to contribute to the EU-wide goal of obtaining 32% of gross final energy consumption from RES by the same year. This means there will be a focus on developing RES in the Czech Republic, and the Czech government also plans to substantially strengthen the role of nuclear energy while allowing the coal-fired energy to decline.

During the current pandemic crisis, courts in countries around the world have had to suspend their regular operations and have focused only on the most urgent and time-sensitive matters. Yet the first few online courts have been able to maintain regular service. This has led to a massive increase in interest in and awareness of online dispute resolution (ODR) and online courts among judges, arbitrators, mediators, and lawyers in general. The pandemic has highlighted the ability of ODR to keep operating in crises that impact physical operations. Suddenly Zoom and even email are being considered ODR technology because they enable online court proceedings and distant mediations.

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