Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz had a good weekend. The firm advised both Varian Medical Systems in its $16.4 billion sale to German health care group Siemens Healthineers and Marathon Petroleum Co. in its sale of convenience chain Speedway to 7-Eleven Inc. for $21 billion in the definition of a “productive weekend.”

On the Varian deal, Wachtell was led by corporate partners David Karp, Ronald Chen and Viktor Sapezhnikov, antitrust partner Damien Didden, executive compensation and benefits partner David Kahan, finance partner Gregory Pessin and tax partners T. Eiko Stange and Rachel Reisberg.

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