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Austria

The Dispute Resolution Team at CERHA HEMPEL led by Hon.-Prof. Dr. Irene Welser has successfully represented a renowned global real estate investor and won in all instances.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL is advising the German COSI Hospitality Group headquartered in Berlin on its successful entry into the Austrian hotel and apartment market.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL has advised listed company Eyemaxx Real Estate AG on the sale of the Siemensstraße Apartments residential project in the 21st district of Vienna to Hamburg Trust.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL Rechtsanwälte GmbH has advised OMV as transaction counsel in connection with the sale of OMV's filling station business in Germany to the British EG Group.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL has every reason to celebrate after receiving yet another international accolade. At this year's Mergermarket European M&A Awards, CERHA HEMPEL was named "Austria M&A Legal Adviser of the Year" by Mergermarket

Austria

Keep up to date with the latest legal developments in Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and the Slovak Republic with our CEE newsletter.

Austria

The Hungarian Construction Team headed by Dr. András Fenyőházi (partner in the Budapest office) will regularly publish expert commentary on Hungarian civil and construction law issues and other issues affecting businesses with a view to becoming a knowledge hub for construction law practitioners and managers active in the Hungarian real estate market.

Austria

CERHA HEMPEL acquired a leading position in the current antitrust law rankings of Juve, the renowned German industry magazine.

Startpage

Peter Knobl, partner and attorney at CERHA HEMPEL specialising in banking supervisory, stock exchange and capital markets law, has examined the provisions on the prohibition of market manipulation and permissible market practices in the Market Abuse Regulation, Univ. Prof. Nicolas Raschauer, Of Counsel at CERHA HEMPEL, has commented on the sanctions and procedural provisions concerning market…

Hungary

The loan repayment moratorium will be extended for another six months from 1 January 2021.