Latham and Jones Day check out on French supermarket deal
Gide Loyrette Nouel and Latham & Watkins are among a line-up of firms to have advised on a deal that has seen French retail giant Casino take control of rival supermarket chain Monoprix. Last July, Casino and French department store Galeries Lafayette ended a dispute over their joint ownership of Monoprix, which saw Lafayette agree to give up its 50% stake to Casino for €1.175bn (£1bn).
Gide Loyrette Nouel and Latham & Watkins are among a line-up of firms to have advised on a deal that has seen French retail giant Casino take control of rival supermarket chain Monoprix.
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