Linklaters advises TDR Capital on PizzaExpress LSE offering

Cushnie, Lorraine
November 2005
Lawyer;11/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 44, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that the company Linklaters has advised the company TDR Capital related to sale of the company PizzaExpress. The company TDR Capital has paid £278m to acquire PizzaExpress alongwith joint owner Capricorn Venture. The corporate partner of the company Linklaters, Herbert Smith has previously advised U.S. based company Simpson Thacher & Bartlett for the PizzaExpress deal. The corporate partners of the company Linklaters Smith and James Milne are heading the team for corporate restructuring of the company Pizza Express.


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