Linklaters and A&O head up BP's $7.2bn India investment deal
Magic circle duo Linklaters and Allen & Overy (A&O) have won lead roles as BP enters into a joint venture (JV) deal representing one of the largest-ever foreign direct investments into India. Linklaters is advising regular client BP on the $7.2bn (£4.4bn) JV that sees it tie up with Indian energy giant Reliance Industries, which was advised by A&O. A&O's team was led by high-profile energy partners John Geraghty and Paul Griffin - who joined the magic circle firm from Herbert Smith last year - and also included antitrust partner Mark Friend.
Magic circle duo Linklaters and Allen & Overy (A&O) have won lead roles as BP enters into a joint venture (JV) deal representing one of the largest-ever foreign direct investments into India.
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