PeliFilip has advised Skanska on the sale of the third building in the Green Court Bucharest project to Globalworth Real Estate Investments Ltd. The buyer relied on in-house counsel only on a deal valued at EUR 38 million.
Musat & Asociatii is reporting that it gained an important victory for its client — the Cyane SRL real estate developer — in a dispute between the Cluj Napoca Local Council and the Association for Urbanistic Protection of Cluj involving the latter's attempts to have urban planning documents issued by the former related to the construction of a large real estate project (the Luminia residential complex) canceled.
Allen & Overy has announced that it advised Fortuna Entertainment Group on the acquisition of the 100% share in Hattrick Sports Group Ltd., Ireland, the owner of the Casa Pariurilor betting operator in Romania, the PSK and Hattrick operator in Croatia, and B2B operations in Spain, Germany, and other European countries.
Law no. 24/2017 regarding the financial instruments issuers and stock market operations published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 213 of March 29, 2017, is based on legal provisions that initially existed in Law 297/2004 on capital market, as further amended, provisions taken further and/or amended by this new law so as to reflect the dynamics of the capital market and of the European legislation, with an aim to help investors stay more informed, to increase transparency, to improve the public tender offers’ regime and the financial instruments’ issuance, and to harmonize the sanctions for market abuse.
Romanian law firm Tuca Zbarcea & Asociatii has advised Czech pharmacy chain Dr. Max, owned by Penta Investments Group, on its acquisition of the Fastpharm SRL, Iezer Farm SRL, Panpharma Med SRL, and York Farm SRL chains, which will be rebranded and run under the name “Dr. Max”. Wolf Theiss advised the sellers, a Romanian family.
The 2017 CEE Legal Matters General Summit took place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Warsaw on June 1-2, 2017, once again bringing together well over a hundred General Counsel and Heads of Legal from across Central and Eastern Europe for two full days (and one entertaining evening) of seminars, panel discussions, best practices review, and networking. This year’s event — the third annual, following the 2015 GC Summit in Budapest and the 2016 GC Summit in Istanbul — was the biggest and most successful yet.
On May 31 and June 1, 2017, CEE Legal Matters was proud to host a rare event: A gathering of those senior lawyers from each Central and Eastern European country identified by peers as being most influential, most important, most uniquely responsible for having created the country’s modern commercial legal market.
Gelu Maravela, the Co-Managing Partner of Maravela⎪Asociatii, waives away the potential impact of politics on investment in the country. “There’s no election scheduled for this year anyway,” he says, “so for the next six years we’re 'at bay' on major changes.” In any event, “in terms of politics, we don’t care about it. They have their own agenda. Obviously they have some influence on it, but they can’t really contribute to our business. The private sector moves by itself.”