Toronto’s Architel Systems Corp., a manufacturer of telecommunications service software, hired that city’s Fasken Martineax DuMoulin and New York’s Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom to handle its $395 million acquisition by Brampton, Ontario’s Nortel Networks Corp. Nortel, a maker of telecommunications equipment, hired Toronto’s Stikeman Elliott as primary counsel, with New York’s Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton as U.S. counsel.

The attorneys at Fasken Martineax are partners Cathy Singer, Bruce Blain and Elizabeth Johnson; and associate John Sabetti. From Skadden are partners Christopher Morgan, in Toronto, and, in New York, Stuart Alperin and Sally Thurston, counsel Brian Mohr and associate Loren Lembo. Jeffrey Haar, vice president and general counsel, is handling the deal in-house for Architel.

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