Herbert Smith and Latham & Watkins have taken roles on opposite sides of the £1.5 billion sale of Harrods to the Qatari royal family.

The deal sees Mohamed Al Fayed’s 25-year tenure as owner of the iconic Knightsbridge department store come to an end, although he will remain in a new role as honorary chairman.

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