There are firms that look for the trends that will bring growth—and there is Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, which has always had an uncanny knack for finding them. Soon after its founding in 1884, the New York firm began advising a number of railroad clients, notably on the mergers that would...
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Allen & Overy and Clifford Chance have grabbed lead roles on a pair of large chemical industry mergers, while Covington & Burling, Weil, Gotshal & Manges and leading Australian firm Allens are advisi
* Davis Polk advising Chinese bad loan buyer Cinda on its upcoming $2.5 billion IPO* PetroChina turns to Herbert Smith Freehills for an Iraqi oil investment* Simpson Thacher and Amarchand on a $200 m
Baker & McKenzie, Drinker Biddle, Freshfields, Kirkland & Ellis, Latham & Watkins, Norton Rose Fulbright, Skadden and Womble Carlyle led the way as several large firms landed lead roles advising buyo
*Skadden acts on U.S. IPO for Chinese classified advertising site 58.com*WongPartnership advises real estate developer Ascendas on new Indian property fund*Rahmat Lim & Partners and Allen & Gledhill
...is advising first-time M&A client CVS, while Simpson Thacher & Bartlett is serving as outside counsel to Apria, which is owned...
...and JMI, meanwhile, are being represented in the matter by Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and Goodwin Procter, respectively. In ...
... Andrew Calder, 34, a corporate partner in Simpson Thacher & Bartlett's Houston office. THE CLIENT...
*Morrison & Foerster guides Global Logistics Properties on creation of $3 billion fund*Simpson Thacher leads Chinese gaming company Boyaa Interactive's $127 million IPO*Gadens advises PanAust on majo
Dutch life and materials sciences company Royal DSM is spinning off its pharmaceutical manufacturing unit into a joint venture with private equity firm JLL Partners that will then buy pharmaceutical
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