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Kochanski Zieba & Partners has advised French Groupe Beneteau, a sail and powerboat manufacturer company, on an agreement with Polish yacht producer Delphia Yachts regarding the sale of its design, building, and marketing operations for sailing and motor yachts under the Delphia Yachts and Maxi Yachts brands. Delphia was represented by CG Law.

Kondracki Celej has advised the founders of CallPage on a USD four million Round-A investment by TDJ Pitango Ventures, Innovation Nest, and Market One Capital. JS Legal advised TDJ-Pitango, and K&L Gates counseled Innovation Nest, while Market One Capital relied on its in-house counsel.

DLA Piper has appointed Krzysztof Kycia, Head of Litigation and Arbitration, and Jacek Gizinski, Head of Real Estate, as Co-Managing Partners of the firm's Warsaw office. They replace Krzysztof Wiater, who has held the position for the past 11 years, and who has left the firm.

More than two years ago a new system for examining trademark applications was introduced in Poland. The purpose of the so-called “opposition system” was to adapt Polish regulations to EU and international regulations and the jurisprudence of the EU Court of Justice.

Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak and the Frankfurt office of Willkie Farr & Gallagher have advised Solaris Bus & Coach and its owners on an investment into the company by Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles.

CMS has advised Solid Brain sp. z o.o. and its shareholders on the sale of a majority stake of shares to IT Kontrakt sp. z o.o., a company belonging to the portfolio of the Oaktree Capital Management and Cornerstone Partners funds. Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto advised IT Kontrakt on the acquisition.

Linklaters has advised PESA Bydgoszcz, a Polish rolling stock manufacturer, on the sale of 100% of its shares to the Polish Development Fund. Weil, Gotshal & Manges advised the Polish Development Fund on the acquisition.

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