Freshfields and Gibson Dunn scoop lead roles as Vivendi sells Maroc Telecom stake

Harris, Joanne
July 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);7/25/2013, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses the move of law firms Freshfield and Gibson Dunn to take charge on the proposal of telecommunication company Emirates Telecommunications Corp. to acquire 53 percent stake of Maroc Telecom. It states that Freshfield works with Bennani & Associates on the acquisition deal while Gibson and Dunn works with Kettani Law firm and Saaidi Hdid Consultants. It also mentions that the final agreement of the deal is subject to informing and consulting with French Works Councils.


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