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DZP has advised the Bauer Publishing House on the purchase of the publishing rights to thirteen crossword magazines from Rozrywka. The Bauer Publishing House will manage them from 1 February 2022. One of the magazines acquired is the biweekly Rozrywka, which has been published for almost 65 years, the first issue having appeared in 1957.
"Rozrywka has been successfully publishing fantastic crossword magazines of the highest quality for decades. Thanks to them, we will strengthen our position and expand our offer in this segment, also gaining new readers," commented Tomasz Namysł, President of the Bauer Publishing House.
DZP's experts have advised the Bauer Group on transactions on the Polish market for many years. This time our advice included conducting a due diligence, drafting a purchase agreement and other agreements connected with the transaction, and negotiating the transaction itself.
On DZP’s part, the cooperation was coordinated by Joanna Schubel, Senior Associate, supported by Julita Zimoch-Tuchołka and Katarzyna Kwiek from the Corporate and M&A Practice. As regards intellectual property rights, the client was advised by Jarosław Konecko and Michał Nita from the IP&TMT Practice.
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