Four firms take away roles on private equity sale of EAT sandwich chain
A quartet of UK law firms have taken roles on the buyout of high street food chain EAT by private equity group Lyceum Capital. Travers Smith advised Lyceum on the deal, while CMS Cameron McKenna acted for EAT and its management. Dickson Minto took the key role for private equity sellers Penta Capital, while DLA Piper advised HSBC on the financing.
A quartet of UK law firms have taken roles on the buyout of high street food chain EAT by private equity group Lyceum Capital.
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