For 13 consecutive years, Skadden has been named the top U.S. corporate law firm in Corporate Board Member magazine’s annual survey of “America’s Best Corporate Law Firms.”
Skadden is representing Theravance Inc. (as co-counsel) in its $1 billion royalty participation agreement with Elan Corporation, plc.
Skadden is representing the underwriters in connection with Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V.'s $1 billion placement of two tranches of U.S. dollar-denominated bonds in the international capital markets.
Skadden is representing Central European Distribution Corp. in its prepackaged Chapter 11 reorganization plan.
Rutgers University announced on May 8 that is has retained Skadden to conduct an independent review of its men's basketball program.
Skadden represented Citigroup Global Markets Inc. in connection with a $536.6 million registered underwritten secondary offering of common stock of General Growth Properties, Inc., a Delaware corporation (GGP).
The National Law Journal has named Skadden to its annual "Intellectual Property Hot List" (May 6), which recognizes 20 law firms "that have demonstrated creative, formidable talent" in their intellectual property practices.
For the second consecutive year, Skadden took the top spot in a report that identifies law firms with the strongest brands based on more than 500 interviews with top legal officers at global companies with an average revenue of $14.9 billion.
The Latin Business Chronicle has selected Skadden partners Richard Aldrich, Paola Lozano and Paul Schnell among its 2013 "Latin Legal Stars," the publication's annual list of the top 50 lawyers working throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
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