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Philip Green’s bid for Arcadia is probably the most high-profile deal to close this year. And, as you would expect, the magic circle was not far from the action. Allen & Overy and Dechert advised Green, while Clifford Chance acted for Arcadia. However, before you lose interest, there is a more unusual angle: the Bank […]

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