Veteran corporate attorneys John Larson and William Myers thought they had seen it all when it came to acquisition deals, but they were wrong.

When the two Morgan, Lewis & Bockius partners helped struggling Santa Clara, Calif.-based firm Riverstone Networks sell most of its assets to Lucent Technologies Inc., many of the issues involved in the $170 million sale required talented negotiating.

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