Dentons Warsaw has advised Mitsui High-tec on it construction of a plant to manufacture generator and motor parts for electric and hybrid vehicles in Invest-Park, the Walbrzych Special Economic Zone in Poland.
Baker McKenzie Warsaw has advised Baltisse on its acquisition of Polflam, a Polish fire-resistant glass manufacturer, from its two founders, Maciej Szamborski and Wojciech Wilczak, and from Syntaxis Capital, a private debt and growth capital investor. Dentons, which had advised Syntaxis Capital on its 2014 investment in Polflam (then trading as Glass-Team), advised the sellers on the deal.
Dentons has advised the Czech Republic's Sev.en Energy on an agreement to acquire a 50 percent stake in the multinational energy company, InterGen N.V. from the Canadian Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Clifford Chance advised the sellers on the deal, which is expected to close in the next few months, subject to the approval of the relevant EU and Australian authorities.
Dentons Warsaw has advised Santander Bank Polska S.A. on a EUR 42 million and PLN 60 million financing granted to Galtair, a special purpose vehicle controlled by ISOC Group, for the acquisition of Silesia Business Park C and D office buildings from Skanska. Hogan Lovells advised Galtair on the financing.
In 2013 the SNR Denton, Fraser Milner Casgrain, and Salans law firms merged into one entity: Dentons. The firm capitalized on its momentum by merging two years later with China’s Dacheng law firm, making it the largest law firm in the world. On the occasion of the firm’s 5th anniversary, CEE Legal Matters reached out to Dentons Partner and Europe Chief Executive Officer Tomasz Dabrowski in Poland and Dentons Partner and Global Vice Chair Evan Lazar in Prague to ask about the first five years and to see what’s next in Denton’s strategy for Europe and CEE.