MoFo handles Chinese TV deal for Zone Vision

Cushnie, Lorraine
August 2005
Lawyer;8/8/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 31, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that MORRISON & Foerster LLP has snared its first deal for Zone Vision Networks, advising the London-based company on the purchase of China's Encore International Inc. Purchase of the assets and the majority of the equity of Encore from Liberty Media Corp.; Conflict regarding one of the firm's former shareholders; Consideration of stringent media ownership rules in the country.


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