Sullivan leads on Fiat-Chrysler tie-up talks
Sullivan & Cromwell has taken a lead role on Fiat's merger talks with Chrysler, as the ailing auto industry continues to feel the effects of the economic downturn. The Sullivan team acting for Italian automaker Fiat is being led by Palo Alto-based partner Scott Miller. Miller has represented Fiat since Sergio Marchionne took over as Fiat's chief executive in 2004.Marchionne has a long-term relationship with Miller and Sullivan dating to previous ventures, including a series of mergers involving Swiss aluminium business Algroup, where Marchionne once served as CEO. Miller also advised Fiat when the company terminated its alliance with GM in 2005.
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