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LXA oversees Urban Gym Group's takeover of Gustav Gym
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LXA supported the shareholders of Gustav Gym in the transfer of both Gustav Gym locations to the Urban Gym Group.

LXA advises Heidelberg Druckmaschinenb AG
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LXA advised Heidelberger Druchkmaschinen AG in the sale of its Coatings division (worldwide) to ICP Group (USA).   

This divestment is part of the policy of Heidelberger to focus on its core activities, and to readjust its portfolio. The divestment was led by the German based law firm Ritterhaus.


LXA supports Holland Startup
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For Holland Startup, LXA successfully made various startups (such as Bittiq and Neurolytics) investment ready.

LXA advises Clusius Heritage B.V. in a complex trademark right matter

LXA advised Clusius Heritage B.V. in a complex trademark right matter. This case was about the question whether Chateau de la Garde, as proprietor of the trademark LA TULIPE, was entitled to prohibit the use of the sign DUTCH TULIP VODKA for the sale of vodka, now the element "TULIP" was purely descriptive for the ingredients of this vodka.

LXA advises PAM Projecten B.V.
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LXA advised PAM Projecten B.V., shareholder of CAD Accent B.V., in the sales process of the shares of CAD Accent to Arkance Systems of France. The underlying rationale was the strategy of Autodesk, the main supplier of CAD Accent, to have its distrubutors operate on a larger scale and become more professional. Arkance Systems on its side wanted to penetrate the promissing Dutch market in this ICT segment. 

LXA supervises the sale of Verboon Groenbeheer to BTL
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LXA advised Verboon Beheer with the sale of its shares in Verboon Groen & GWW and Verboon Machines to BTL. BTL is part of the Idverde group, the European market leader in the green sector.

LXA advises Infarm
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For Infarm, LXA successfully set-up its Dutch branch.

LXA advises SEEDRS on transaction
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LXA advised Seedrs Ltd on its acquisition of interest in a Dutch scale-up (venture capital transaction).

LXA wins procedure in dispute in family business
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Within the group of shareholders in a family run business, disagreement arose about the course of the company. The difference of opinion - also at management level - ran high and led to the future of the company being called into question. By going to the Enterprise Division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal (in Dutch: Ondernemingskamer), LXA was able to ensure that the majority shareholder obtained control at management level, thus enabling the company to function again.

LXA advises Innovative Stone Technologies
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For Innovative Stone Technologies, LXA successfully handled multiple equity financing transactions with multiple investors.