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Vinge advises Litorina V in connection with the acquisition of Sushi Yama

August 11, 2020

Sushi Yama is a leading sushi restaurant chain with over 45 restaurants in Sweden.

Sushi Yama was the first chain in the Nordics to certify all its restaurants to serve ASC and MSC certified products to its customers. Thanks to the partnership, Sushi Yama can now accelerate its expansion in Sweden and internationally.

Vinge’s team consisted of Jonas Johansson together with, among others, Carl Sander, Christina Odengran and Ellinor Wargenbrant (M&A), Karolina Cohrs and Frida Ställborn (Real estate), Cornelia Medrek and Olof Löfvenberg (Environment), Victoria Ribbnäs and Axel Jansson (Banking and Finance), Ebba Svenburg (Employment), Agnes Perbo and Lova Unge (Commercial Agreements), Ilze Lukins (IP), Johan Wahlbom (Competition law) and VDR-specialist Viktoria Owetz Leyva.

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