Rymarz Zdort and Setterwalls Advokatbyra have advised CEPD N.V. on its investment in the LloydsApotek pharmacy chain operator Admenta Sweden AB, including the acquisition of 100% of Admenta shares from the current shareholder.
Rymarz Zdort advised Pepco Group N.V. on Polish law matters related to a EUR 740 million senior facilities agreement, including secured term loans of up to EUR 550 million and a secured working capital facility of up to EUR 190 million, with a consortium of 11 Polish and international financial institutions, in order to refinance Pepco's existing debt.
Dentons and Baker McKenzie have advised international investment manager BentallGreenOak on its acquisition of three 7R Park Tczew warehouses from 7R. Wolf Theiss advised the seller. DLA Piper advised Dutch banking and financial services provider ING on its provision of financing for the transaction.
The coronavirus pandemic and accompanying restrictions introduced by the majority of countries around the world are having a major impact on the development of global and local economies. It seems that carrying out infrastructure investment projects may help with rebuilding the economic and financial condition of countries negatively affected by the coronavirus.
The COVID-19 crisis continues to plague much of Europe. To get an overview of its effects across CEE – both on investment in the region and on the legal industry itself – we reached out to the members of Pontes the CEE Lawyers legal alliance, a Regional Sponsor at the upcoming Dealer’s Choice International Law Firm Summit.
While reading an article from the Nov/Dec 2020 issue of the Harvard Business Review, I had the distinct impression that someone had read my mind. The article dealt with a study conducted by Christine Exley and Judd Kessler on the subject of self-promotion among men and women, which the researchers believed to be an understudied behavior that could have important implications for labor market outcomes.