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Tag Archives: M&A

Greenberg Traurig Represented CVC Capital Partners in the Acquisition of Leading Convenience Retailer Żabka from Mid Europa Partners

Posted in M&A
Greenberg Traurig advised CVC Capital Partners with respect to an agreement for the acquisition of Żabka Polska from Mid Europa Partners. The transaction is subject to customary competition authority clearance. The sale of Żabka is the largest ever transaction in the Polish food retail sector and the largest ever private equity exit in Poland. Żabka… Continue Reading

Another Major Step for Greenberg Traurig’s Already Strong European Real Estate Sector: Danielle Martin to Join in London as Shareholder

Posted in New Hire, Real Estate
Greenberg Traurig is pleased to confirm that Danielle Martin has announced she will leave Reed Smith to join us as a shareholder in London, adding to the momentum since the six-partner KWM group joined us there last week. Dani focuses her practice on complex transactions in the private equity real estate sector and is set… Continue Reading

Streamlining multi-jurisdictional merger control in a globalised world – best practices

Posted in Corporate
Written by Simon Harms and Stephen C. Tupper 1. Background A significant number of countries worldwide now operate mandatory merger control regimes. Cross-border M&A activity, as a result, increasingly involves notifications in several jurisdictions. Most regimes are national in scope, however, important supranational merger control regimes exist – such as European Union (“EU”) merger control.… Continue Reading

Bribery Act 2010: Jurisdictional scope

Posted in Corporate
Written by Andrew Briggs and Lisa Navarro As the foreword to the Ministry of Justice’s (“MoJ”) recently released guidance on the Bribery Act 2010 (the “Act”) reminds us, one of the Government’s aims in pushing forward with this legislation is to create “a level playing field” with regards to the eradication of bribery. The Government recognised… Continue Reading