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.
JDP Drapala & Partners, representing Madrid's Acciona Construccion S.A. and Mostostal Warszawa S.A., has obtained a partial judgment from the Appellate Court in Warsaw amending the judgment of the first instance court and ordering public employer GDDKiA to pay the firm's clients a total of over PLN 23 million (including interest).
Rymarz Zdort has advised Pepco Group N.V. on Polish law matters related to its IPO and the admission and introduction of its shares to trading on the regulated market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Clifford Chance reportedly advised joint global coordinators Goldman Sachs Bank Europe SE and J.P. Morgan A.G.
The following Q&A is an extract of the May 2021 edition of the Private Equity Trends Monitor, which provides you with an up-to-date overview of the latest and anticipated trends across the European private equity sector. This extract covers private equity deal activity in Central and Eastern Europe.
On April 21, 2021, CEE Legal Matters reported that the RKKW law firm had helped the Historical Museum of Sanok, in Poland, respond to an offer to sell it a counterfeit version of a painting by Zdzislaw Beksinski by an American auction website. CEE In-House Matters spoke with Jaroslaw Serafin, Director at the Historical Museum of Sanok, to learn more about the matter.