There’s no denying that 2013 has been a stellar year for the TMT sector. The enormous £84bn Vodafone / Verizon deal practically blew every other M&A deal out of the water, with Liberty ...
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It’s been a long time coming, but European regulators have finally rubber-stamped Intercontinental Exchange’s (ICE) $11bn (£6.79bn) takeover of NYSE Euronext.
The fracking debate has caused an almighty rumpus in the UK, with everyone from Yoko Ono to the Church of England piping up on the issue. While the fate of our energy sources is by no means sealed, one of last week’s biggest deals demonstrates a crucial point: the energy giants are coming, and they want our shale.
Coronation Street, Breaking Bad, Legoland, Super Mario, Inter Milan and Byron Hamburgers. October’s deals round up reads like a cross between the Radio Times and Time Out. Not that media and entertainment lawyers would have had time to appreciate either last month.
Norton Rose Fulbright partner David Baylis has become Norton Rose Fulbright’s first regional head of corporate, M&A and securities in the Middle East.
King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin’s (KWMSJB) City corporate head Steven Davis is to stand down after seven years in the position with legacy SJ Berwin.
Ashurst’s former global corporate head Stephen Lloyd is set to join Allen & Overy (A&O) as co-head of its private equity sector group.
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A round-up of some of the most prominent corporate and litigation work that has been keeping offshore lawyers busy