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MAGNUSSON ADVISES FACEBOOK ON LAUNCHING POLISH OPERATIONS

2012-05-28

Magnusson has been engaged by Facebook, Inc. to advise on the development of its presence in Poland.

Magnusson has been engaged by Facebook, Inc. to advise on the development of its presence in Poland.

As a first step, Magnusson has been advising Facebook, Inc. on the establishment of its Polish subsidiary. Partner Andrzej Tokaj leads the Magnusson team on this project with the assistance of senior associate Tomasz Rysiak.

“We are delighted to advise Facebook on its expansion to Poland. I believe this demonstrates our ability to support the major international players on their cross-border projects”, commented Andrzej Tokaj.

The Corporate and M&A practice of Magnusson is ranked by various benchmarking publications, including Chambers and Legal 500 EMEA. Recently, Magnusson has advised Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB on the sale to Sony Corporation of 50 per cent stake in the joint venture by Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson for EUR 1.05 billion.

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