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Aver Lex has persuaded Ukraine's cassation Administrative Court, to uphold the judgments of the previous two instances that the dismissal of Ukraine's Sergey Bochkovskiy from the Head of the Emergency Service of Ukraine was unlawful and groundless.

Kinstellar has advised regional property developer Globe Trade Center on negotiations with Germany’s Commerzbank to lease 3,500 square meters of space at Sofia' Advance Business Center II office building, which is expected to open its doors in the fourth quarter of 2020. Boyanov & Co advised Commerzbank on the deal.

Sayenko Kharenko has advised JSC Novokramatorsky Machine Building Plant in a sunset review of anti-dumping measures against the import of casting rollers originating from Ukraine into the Eurasian Economic Union. The review was initiated at the request of Russian manufacturers.

Zepos & Yannopoulos has advised arrangers Alantra Corporate Portfolio Advisors and Mediobanca – Banca di Credito Finanziario and security trustee, cash manager, and account bank Citibank London branch on the EUR 7.5 billion multi-asset NPE securitization of Eurobank Ergasias. Karatzas & Partners advised Eurobank Ergasias.

Zepos & Yannopoulos has advised Bain Capital Credit LP on the acquisition of a portfolio of approximately 2,800 primarily secured non-performing corporate loans with a total outstanding principal amount of EUR 1.6 billion, originated or otherwise owned by National Bank of Greece S.A. Karatzas & Partners advised the NBG.

CMS has advised Arkance on its acquisition of CAD Studio, a company involved in the digitalization of Manufacturing and Construction industries in the Czech and Slovak Republics and Hungary, from Autocont, a member of the Aricoma Group. Dunovska & Partners advised the sellers on the deal.

Masek, Koci, Aujezdsky has advised sports platform Livesport on the acquisition of film portal Kinobox.cz from entrepreneur Peter Vachler, who will remain on as a consultant. Vyskocil, Kroslak a Partneri advised Vachler on the deal.

Acting on behalf of Erial Ehitus OU, TGS Baltic has successfully persuaded the Supreme Court of Estonia to overrule lower courts' rulings that the company's name could not be registered because the word “construction” (Ehitus, in Estonian) in its name was protected as a trademark.