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DZP has advised Kliniki Neuroradiochirurgii sp. z o.o. on the purchase of a majority stake in PAD. Through this transaction, our client will acquire control of the County Healthcare Centre in Brzeziny, a cutting-edge healthcare centre in the Łódź Voivodship.
Kliniki Neuroradiochirurgii sp. z o.o. owns healthcare centres with state-of-the art facilities in Warsaw and Radom that treat oncology patients. One of them is the Warsaw Gamma Knife Centre that uses a device for a minimally invasive treatment of cancerous and non-cancerous diseases of the neck and head, including the brain. Thanks to this transaction, Kliniki Neuroradiochirurgii will be able to expand its medical services and their territorial reach.
We supported the client throughout the transaction, from the due diligence exercise, to negotiations, to drafting the investment agreement. At the beginning of March, our client got clearance for the transaction from the President of the Competition and Consumers Protection Office. The transaction is expected to close in the coming month.
The client was advised on this transaction by a multidisciplinary team of lawyers supervised by Robert Niczyporuk, Partner, who worked with Przemysław Lach and Ariel Sławiński, Associates and Jarosław Przybylski, Senior Associate from the Corporate and M&A Practice. Wojciech Koczara, Partner from the Real Estate Practice and Paulina Janas, Senior Associate from the Labour and Social Security Practice were also involved in the advisory services. The client was assisted in obtaining clearance for the transaction from the President of the CCPO by Jarosław Łukawski, Partner, and Natalia Komala, Associate from the Competition Law Practice.
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