|Bryan Cave LLP has represented private equity investors the ALAM Group in conjunction with China Everbright Ltd’s acquisition of a 51 percent controlling interest in ALAM. Partners Chris Lause and Evan Chuck were lead counsel in the transaction.
DLA Phillips Fox has advised Canadian coal producer NEMI (Northern Energy & Mining Inc) on its A$22million merger with Western Australia-based energy group Aviva Corp. The firm carried out due diligence and negotiated the terms of the merger implementation agreement, the scheme of arrangement and ancillary documents. The deal team was led by partners Robert Edel, Alex Jones and Richard Homsany.
Kim & Chang has advised Heraeus in its purchase of portions of Saint-Gobain Quartz’s global business, including its Korean subsidiary. Kyung Tae Kim lead the advisory team in this transaction.
Jong Koo Park led the Kim & Chang team advising Lifetime Studios Korea in its acquisition of certain assets of Willmake, relating to the dress-up game and studio business of the company by way of an asset transfer.
Kim & Chang advised Plextronics Inc in its establishment of KNP Energy Co Ltd, a joint venture entered into by the company with Korea Parts & Fasteners Co. The joint venture reflects a new partnership to facilitate technological cooperation in the general areas of solar technology and processes involving photovoltaic fabrication. Hyun Ho Eun led the team advising on the transaction.
Luthra & Luthra Law Offices has represented DLF Retail Brands in its transaction with the Luxottica Group involving a franchise arrangement for the retail of multi brand eyewear products and opening of retail stores across India. Partners Samir Dudhoria and Alina Arora led the advisory team.
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