News | 16.03.2023
In the latest Chambers Europe ranking, our law firm and lawyers have been distinguished in as many as 16 fileds of expertise. We are thrilled that 21 DZP specialists joined the group of recommended experts.
Deals corner | 28.02.2023
DZP has advised Re Alloys, the only producer of ferroalloys in Poland and one of the largest in Europe, on the acquisition of a 35 MW wind farm project from Martifer Renewables, as well as on the preparation and conclusion of several key contracts for the implementation of the invest.
Deals corner | 23.01.2023
ENGIE Zielona Energia has signed a preliminary conditional share purchase agreement concerning all the shares in Columbus Energy Group’s photovoltaic farm project companies and has acquired the first 32.8 MW package of the projects.
Deals corner | 30.12.2022
A team led by Bartosz Marcinkowski and Rafał Hajduk (regulatory issues) has supported ATP with Polish aspects of its investment in Better Energy – a leader in photovoltaic farms in Poland.
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