Cleary checks in for competition role on new Ryanair Aer Lingus bid
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton has won a role to advise Ryanair on competition aspects of its latest bid for Irish aviation rival Aer Lingus. Ryanair, which already owns 30% of Aer Lingus, has made a new offer which values the airline at €694m (£560m). Arthur Cox chairman Eugene McCague is advising Aer Lingus on the corporate aspects of the bid, alongside Dublin corporate partner Stephen Hegarty, while it is understood that regular adviser A&L Goodbody is representing Ryanair on corporate law.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton has won a role to advise Ryanair on competition aspects of its latest bid for Irish aviation rival Aer Lingus.
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