Freshfields and DLA lead on Sullivan and Gold's takeover of West Ham
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, DLA Piper, and Jones Day have scored lead roles on the takeover of West Ham United FC. David Gold and David Sullivan, the former owners of Birmingham City FC, have bought a 50% stake in the Premier League club - valuing it at £105m - from asset management company CB Holding, whose major shareholder is Icelandic bank Straumur.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, DLA Piper, and Jones Day have scored lead roles on the takeover of West Ham United FC.
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