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In the latest Lindeverlag podcast, CERHA HEMPEL partner MMag. Dr. Stefan Huber, LL.M. discusses the exciting topic of plagiarism and the revocation of academic titles.

Austria

Dr. Thomas Trettnak was interviewed as a leading lawyer for bankruptcy and insolvency by Financier Worldwide.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL Rechtsanwälte GmbH advised SIX Payment Services (Europe) SA and Worldline SA (a leading payment and transaction services provider in Europe) in connection with the contribution of its Merchant Services business in Austria to PAYONE following the successful tender offer of Worldline SA on Ingenico Group SA’s shares and convertible bonds (closed on October 28, 2020).

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL has advised CA Immobilien Anlagen AG, a company publicly listed on the stock exchange in Austria, in connection with the sale of two office buildings (BBC1 and BBC1Plus) in Bratislava to a fund managed by Wood & Co.

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Gesetz zur Restrukturierungserleichterung in den Startlöchern.

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CERHA HEMPEL has advised the RHI Magnesita Group ("RHI Magnesita") in connection with the sale of its participations in RHI Normag AS and Premier Periclase Ltd to Callista Private Equity ("Callista").

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CERHA HEMPEL has advised Stadler Bussnang AG ("Stadler") in connection with the ÖBB's tender procedure for up to 20 new fire-fighting and rescue trains ("rescue train project").

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For the twelfth consecutive year, CERHA HEMPEL has – in cooperation with the business law programme at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien) – awarded prizes to those students who have written the best dissertations on the subjects of law and commercial law.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL advised the largest designer and manufacturer of pressure vessels in Eu-rope, Worthington Cylinders GmbH ("Worthington"), in connection with the acquisition of all shares in the German PTEC Pressure Technology GmbH ("PTEC") from its founder, manag-ing director and sole shareholder.

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CERHA HEMPEL has advised Mississippi Ventures B.V. ("Mississippi Ventures") on its acquisition of 50% of the shares in HEMA B.V. ("HEMA"), a Dutch retail chain (the "Transaction").