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Gibson Dunn & Crutcher is on call for Marriott International as it seeks to acquire seven properties owned by Elegant Hotels in Barbados. Hotels giant Marriott is set to take over Elegant, which has been valued at just over £100m. Gibson Dunn London partner Nigel Stacey has been advised Marriott, along with associate Samirah Haujee, […]

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Gibson Dunn hires second lateral in a fortnight with latest Mayer Brown joiner

Two years after hiring Mayer Brown’s Jeremy Kenley and Sandy Bhogal, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has brought over another partner from the firm to expand its London office. Ben Fryer, who will make the move to the US firm’s City office, is a tax partner regularly advising on aspects of UK and cross-border transactions, including […]

Gibson Dunn bulks up in regulatory with Macfarlanes partner hire

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has hired a financial services regulatory partner from Macfarlanes, marking its first lateral partner hire in London for nearly two years.  The US firm has hired Michelle Kirschner, who has been at Macfarlanes since 2012, and was previously an associate at Linklaters for nine years. Focused on non-contentious financial services regulation, […]

Amy Kennedy, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher

Amy Kennedy was welcomed into the partnership at Gibson Dunn at the beginning of 2018 and has pulled off a range of complex finance deals since. The month she qualified, Lehman Brothers collapsed, causing the kind of turbulence the financial world had not seen in decades. Working in finance in trying times has meant Kennedy’s […]

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