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Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw (Paul Maher, Andrew Stewart, Fiona Holland) has advised GE Measurement & Sensing Technologies Holdings, a subsidiary of the General Electric Company, on the purchase of Druck Holdings. The deal was led by GE in-house counsel James Billingsley. Druck Holdings was advised by Eversheds. Allen & Overy (Thomas Werlen) advised UBS […]

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