Irish trio act alongside Wall St elite on US company's $11bn Ireland tax move
A trio of top Irish law firms have taken roles on an $11.8bn (£7.5bn) deal which has seen US power management company Eaton move its headquarters to Ireland, saving the the US business millions of dollars in taxes a year. The multibillion-dollar acquisition of Irish electrical equipment supplier Cooper Industries will create a global electricity company incorporated in the Emerald Isle, with the combined business called Eaton Global.
A trio of Irish law firms have taken roles on an $11.8bn (£7.5bn) deal which has seen US power management company Eaton move its headquarters to Ireland, saving the the US business millions of tax dollars a year.
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