July 2007
Lawyer;7/9/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 27, p13
Trade Publication
The article comments on several corporate and legal transactions handled by various law firms in Great Britain in 2007. Mayer Brown Rowe and Maw provided legal advice to WS Atkins' sale of its Lambert Smith Hampton business to De Facto 1498. SJ Berwin, on the other hand, served as legal advisor for Chelsfield Partners' purchase of the Kensington High Street Commonwealth Institute site in London, England.


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