Success demands legal excellence, right service attitude, and most importantly results. Understanding the special characteristics of clients’ business is exactly what Lexia’s clients respect. Here are some of our satisfied clients and references:
In addition, Lexia also advised PlayRaven on its $4.1 million extended seed round. The investors included, aside of the previous backers the Norwegian VC Northzone, bringing total raised by PlayRaven since being founded in 2013 to $7.5 million.
The listing was the first initial public offering carried out by the new Finnish securities legislation, which entered into force in the beginning of year 2013. First North Finland is a multilateral marketplace for smaller companies and growth companies, upheld by NASDAQ OMX Helsinki since 4th of April, 2011.
In addition, Lexia advises Taaleritehdas on questions related to company law and several M&As, including due diligence, transaction negotiations and contractual matters.
FinFX Trading Oy is the largest Finnish ECN/DMA currency and commodities broker specializing in online trading services for international clients. Lexia advises FinFX on FIN-FSA regulatory matters and on specific license application issues, relating to pioneering investment service concept of FinFX.
The ruling was given in favour of Lexia’s clients, and lead to a precedent. The precedent clarified the legal state and hence restricted copyright association’s right to unilaterally increase its prices. The claimed tariff has been subsequently amended on a national level.
Protomo facilitates collaboration between various teams and its partner companies to support development of new innovations and commercializing them, with the aim to generate new business. Lexia has advised Protomo in various corporate and contractual matters, including developing best practices for contracting. Additionally, we have consulted a large number of Protomo teams in matters related to intellectual property rights as well as corporate and contractual law.
Lexia has advised Iron Sky in various matters related to e.g. intellectual property rights and contractual law, as well as funding the film by way of introducing a crowdfunding model; thus, giving fans a chance to take part in the project.
In case the unconventional ruling of the District Court will obtain legal force, Finnish Medicine Agency will have to pay significant damages to the pharmacy due to discriminatory treatment.