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Herbert Smith (Michael Walter, Philip Talboys) advised KPMG on the e657m (£424.2m) sale of its UK consulting business to Atos Origin of France. Sullivan & Cromwell also advised KPMG. Atos Origin was advised by Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Paris partner Jean-Michel Tron). Pinsent Curtis Biddle (Scott Barraclough) advised financial services group Provident Financial on […]

Milbank scoops finance deal for Huntstown Power

US law firm Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy has just closed a e220m (£142m) financing deal for the Huntstown Power Project, having snatched the work away from parent company Viridian’s normal corporate adviser CMS Cameron McKenna.The Huntstown Power Company (HPC) is a subsidiary of Viridian Group, Northern Ireland’s largest public company, and was established solely […]

Palestinian law pleases the EU

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Theodore Goddard partner defects to Jones Day

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