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DZP advised the Tri-City VECTOR Group in forming a joint venture on the telecommunications market with one of the biggest international suppliers of multimedia solutions.
The VECTOR Group is a dynamically developing European technology company operating on global markets in the field of technology access infrastructure, data exchange systems and telemetry. Its clients include telecommunications operators, and television broadcasters and operators.
The aim of the parties’ cooperation is to create innovative solutions facilitating the continued development of broadband technology and infrastructure.
DZP’s advice to the VECTOR Group covered full-range legal and tax assistance with the transaction, particularly development of the transaction structure, preparation and negotiation of transaction documentation, and advice on notifying the concentration to the Competition and Consumer Protection Office.
The advice was provided by a DZP team coordinated by Przemysław Furmaga and composed of Adam Pawlisz, Maciej Wasilewski and Andrzej Dunikowski from the Corporate and M&A Practice, Jakub Kubalski from the IP&TMT Practice, Joanna Wierzejska and Tomasz Leszczewski from the Tax Practice, and Maciej Żelewski from the Life Sciences Practice.
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